Ramadan kareem everyone . Today is the 11th of Ramadan in Jordan .
Years ago some people didn't know what 's Ramadan , what do we do in Ramadan , what do we eat during Ramadan ,and what is our daily routine in Ramadan . so because we are now in Ramadan it is a special month to Muslims .we greet each other we say to each other ( Ramadan kareem ,in Arabic we say it kl eam wa'ant bikhayr) in English it is each year and you're fine that is the literal meaning .
Ramadan is a very special time for Muslims all over the world. Observing Ramadan is one of the five 'pillars' of Islam. During Ramadan,Muslims are expected to fast between dawn and sunset. Ramadan is the ninth month of the Islamic calendar , which phases of the moon .Fasting ends with the arrival of the next lunar month, which starts with the first glimpse of the new crescent moon.
Most popular questions about Ramadan here some of these questions that people ask us about it .
Are all Muslims expected to fast?
Not all Muslims are expected to fast. Children under the age of 12, people who are travelling, elderly people, pregnant women and others where it may affect their health are exempt. Those who can't fast for any reason can offer to feed poor people for each day they miss during Ramadan.
What happens at sunset?
People can eat and drink again once the sun has set. The traditional way to break the fast is by eating dates and drinking a glass of water. Then, the evening meal, Iftar, is a social event that can go on for hours. It is common for people to eat together in large groups of family and friends, but now because of the COVID19 so we can't gather togather . Special foods are prepared and shared, and desserts are particularly popular. Muslims often include charity in Iftar as well, sharing Iftar with members of the community who cannot buy or make their own food. Across the Muslim world, mosques and aid organisations set up tents and tables for the public in poorer communities to eat free Iftar meals every night of Ramadan.
and the most important question is why do we fast ? to be closer to God ,self control, being more patient ,tolerant ,and more mindful of the people around us .It is a moment to reflect and work on being better people.
how is the end of the end of Ramadan ?On Eid ul-Fitr, Muslims wake up early and dress in their finest clothes to attend the Eid prayers. After prayers, they wish each other a happy Eid ('Eid Mubarak' in Arabic) before spending the rest of the day with their extended families, enjoying good food and sharing gifts with children and loved ones.
and this video will tell you more , please make sure to watch it https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HyH2dUJV3KA
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