When eid al-fitr or ramadan eid is celebrated?
Eid is the very big festival in the Islamic religion. The eid al-fitr is after end of the month Ramadan, is the tenth month according to islamic calendar. Eid is on first day of the shawwal month in Islamic calendar. Ramadan is the holy month or god month according to holy book Quran. This month is the fasting month, all over the world muslims observe the fast. Ramadan month contain 29-30 days as per looner. After whole month fasting eid is the day to break the fast. Muslims do all good did, do charity in form of food, cloths and money during the month of Ramadan.
by Abhaque Supanjang 7 years ago
It is said by many hadiths of Rasulullahu 'Alaihi Wasallam that Ramadan is the greatest month (moon) among the others. And there are many miracles given during this month (moon) to all human. What is your story about Ramadan ?
by Dave McClure 6 years ago
Ramadan Kareem to my many friends and colleagues in Qatar and Dubai. It takes a lot of dedication to fast for a month, dawn till dusk, when the daytime temperatures are in the high forties (120 plus, in Faerenheit). I admire your resolve. Enjoy your holy month.
by dutchman1951 7 years ago
Offical communique from the White House. Ok...so for equal treatment; where is Isreal's greeting, dinner and wishes? The White HouseOffice of the Press SecretaryAugust 11, 2010 Statement by the President on the Occasion of Ramadan 1431On behalf of the American people, Michelle and I want to extend...
by Dr. Zia Ahmed 5 years ago
What is The Purpose of Fasting in Holy Month of RamadanMuslims Fast During this Month of Ramadan, one whole month, everyday from sunrise to sunset without food , water and many more restrictions. Why is so?
by Sabbir-Ahmed 6 years ago
How is Eid al-Fitr Celebrate today?
by Dan Harmon 8 years ago
Yesterday in Banja Luka, Bosnia the Serb Democcratic Party honored its founder, Radovan Kradzic on the 20th anniversary of the party's founding, stating that it is not ashamed of its past.Today marks the 15 anniversary of the Srebrenica massacre, where over 8000 civilians were hunted down and...
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