Ramadan Is The Sixth Month Of The Lunar Calendar

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RAMADAN Ramadan is the ninth month of the lunar calendar and is consider one of the 5 pillars of Islam-five activities that shape a Muslim’s life. This holy month unite all Muslims in fasting, worship and celebration. Ramadan is the ninth month of the lunar calendar and this year it felt on June 5th and ended July 5th. Ramadan begins with a new moon sighting marking the start of the ninth month in Islamic calendar. Each month start when the lunar crescent is first seen by human observer’s eye. Although, some Muslim depend of a local sighting of the moon, whereas others depend on sighting by authorities somewhere in the Muslim world. Once it is confirm that the moon is been seen, we start preparing for the fasting. Before you start fasting, you should have the intention that your action is undertaken in obedience to God in response to his command and out of love for him. We start the nightly prayers and make lots of different foods to eat early in the morning before sunrise. After this time no food or drink is allowed. Ramadan is another unique moral and spiritual characteristic of Islam. Ramadan is defined as fasting which means to stay away completely from foods, drinks, sex, smoking and anything that can go through your month. Ramadan is a very special month and it was in this month the holy Quran was reveal to the prophet Muhammad (SAW). It believed that whatever good thing you do in this month, the reward doubles. In Islam all Muslims are required to perform the five

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