Ramadan


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(Islam) a fast (held from sunrise to sunset) that is carried out during the Islamic month of Ramadan

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When asked to share the first thing that comes to mind when thinking about Ramadan, 42% mentioned religion, worship, feeling close to God or prayer.
As I reflect on my experiences so far, the most pronounced occurrence of being kept in line with Ramadan would have been last Sunday when I walked into a restaurant sometime after 6.
Their increased Ramadan spending power is perhaps linked to the fact that 57 per cent of all respondents claim they save throughout the year for Ramadan and Eid Al Fitr.
He called on citizens to contact food control section if you witness a food safety violation during Ramadan or Eid.
Individuals say it is named Ramadan because it burns out the sins with good deeds, as the sun scorches the ground.
I personally put on around 5kg during Ramadan," said Hamsa Haddad, a 40-year-old Syrian sales executive.
Ramadan is seen as a time when there is a noticeable increase in the number of charitable activities, with 87.
Salwa Al-Fareh, private sector accountant "The situation is more difficult this Ramadan because we have more problems and clashes in various areas.
9 per cent) said that the companies they work in have different official working hours during Ramadan when compared to the rest of the year.
Cristal COO Kamal Fakhoury said: Ramadan is synonymous with generosity and kindness, and we look forward to opening our hearts and doors to these less fortunate children to enable them to have a good time.
Ebu Abdullah from Saudi Arabia was waiting for Ramadan to visit Turkey.
Ambassador to Pakistan Richard Olson, Thursday, extended his congratulations and best wishes to all Pakistani Muslims on the beginning of the Holy Month of Ramadan.
The Twitterverse is filled with Ramadan Kareem greetings on the first day of Ramadan 2013.
Summary: Lebanon's Dar al-Fatwa announced that the holy month of Ramadan would start Wednesday, after sheikhs said they failed to spot the new moon after sunset Monday.