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Ramadan is one of the twelve Arabic months. It is a month which is venerated in the Islamic religion, and it is distinguished from the other months by a number of characteristics and virtues.
Fasting is intended to instill self-discipline, empathy and compassion in the individual. Muslims are motivated to increase their generosity during this month.
Many of us want to do more, want to become better. We want to become practicing Muslims but it all seems so overwhelming and we don’t know where to start.
IT is Allah's mercy that He blessed us with two meals during this month of fasting so we could recharge and energize ourselves. We should educate ourselves about the meals to reap the best out of it, In sha Allah.
Fasting throughout Ramadan is the fourth of the five pillars of Islam. Therefore, it is obligatory for each adult, sane, responsible Muslim to observe fasting throughout Ramadan.
Why do Muslims fast in Ramadan This question is frequented on the tongues of non-Muslims! ??And why this particular month And they wonder why abstain from food, drink and desires from dawn to dusk for a whole month This video explains why Muslims fast during Ramadan? And what is the divine wisdom behind this is it.
The importance of the last ten nights of Ramadan and suggestions as to how a person can increase and maximise their worship in these special nights.
Every year in the month of Ramadan, all Muslims fast from dawn until sundown, abstaining from food, drink, and sexual relations.
Ramadan is the name of the month in which 1.6 billion Muslims fast all over the world
Ramadan is the Islamic month of fasting; a time to reflect on one's life and purpose while abstaining from bad habits
Every year in Ramadan Muslims fast to learn self-control, thank God, celebrate the Quran, and feel empathy for the poor
Ramadan is a great blessed month, to which the hearts of Muslims attach, their souls yearn for it, and expect it every year longingly and passionately.