Thursday, July 19, 2012

Ramadan Mubarak


RAMADAN MUBARAK to all my Muslim friends around the world! I wish you peace and happiness.

For those of you who are not Muslim, Ramadan is the holy month when Muslims fast from sun-up until sundown. Fasting includes abstaining from everything, such as food, drink, no sex, and no smoking. The purpose of Ramadan is to bring Muslims closer to God and the fasting gives Muslims a greater appreciation for the blessings they have and more empathy for those who are less fortunate.

17 comments:

  1. salam susie, i accidently discovered your blog and looking forward to read more....meantime, have a blessed ramadhan. may Allah grant us health so that we can perform all our duties

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  2. Happy Ramadan to you. My children and I saw a number plate on a car with this here and they asked me what it was, now I will be able to share with them.

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  3. That's a beautiful crescent moon and blue sky.
    I wish you all Ramadan kareem.

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  4. Happy Ramadan everyjuan!
    This is also a season of giving and sharing. For our Muslim bro & sis who weren't able to practice their fast, they are required to give food or something to the less fortunate. Thus every Ramadan, you will see group of people waiting on the sidewalks for cars to stop by and hand them a plastic of goodies. I feel like this is their version of the Christian's Christmas spirit!
    ~Deynz~

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  5. "Fasting includes abstaining from everything, such as food, drink, no sex, and no smoking." Abstaining from not having sex and not smoking means you would have sex and smoke when you normally don't which I suspect isn't your intended meaning.

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  6. Thank you! I just discovered your blog and I am looking forward to read more of your posts!

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  7. ukhti let me ask u one question ?u mean to say shops should open at the time of prayer??shop keepers shouldnt go to mosque for prayer?why you wanna be against the rule of that country?does anyone forced you to stay there?I have seen many indians who worked in saudi all are happy about Saudi.sorry these are my doubts only,forgive me if i hurt with words.Thats sharia la why you wanna change it to american policy?

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  8. why only americans only complaninting about a muslim country?

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  9. Ramadan Kareem to you too!
    Just want to point out that abstinence from drinks and smoking is not something a muslim should be observing particularly in Ramadan, they are strict no-no's otherwise too. :)

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  10. Beautiful

    Nina

    https://twitter.com/CountryLifeByN

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  11. Salam Suzanne, I was looking for Ramadan Mubarak design and I stumbled on your blog through image search and I must say your blog is interesting and looking forward to dig in more.

    In the meantime, can I use the design?

    May Allah bless you.

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  12. Hajj occupies a very important position in the various forms of Islamic worship. The Holy Prophet (sws) once, answering a question placed it among the basics of Islam. He defined Islam in the following words: Islam means that you openly state that there is no god except Allah, and Muhammad is the Messenger of Allah; establish the prayer, pay Zakah; fast during the month of Ramadan and offer the Hajj of the House of Allah if you are able to afford journey to it.Umrah 2013

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  13. Ramadan is almost here!
    I'd like to express my warmest and most heartfelt Ramadan greetings to all Muslims all over the world.

    Ramadan Mubarak!

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  14. As the cresent moon is sighted... And the holy month of Ramadan begins.. May Allah bless you with happiness and grace your home with warmth & peace!! zakat calculator

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