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What is Ramadan : Brief about Celebration & Cultural events - Times of India

The holy month of Islamic calendar began on the evening of Tuesday, May 15 and end on Thursday June 14, 2018. The month will last for 29 days and will be celebrated by approximately 1.6 billion Muslims around the world. What is Ramadan? Ramadan is ...and more »

"Drip-Drip" Genocide: Muslim Persecution of Christians, February, 2017 - Gatestone Institute

"They are burning us alive! They seek to exterminate Christians altogether! Where's the military?" -- Christian man fleeing Al-Arish, Egypt; video. "Historical churches in Iran being destroyed while UNESCO overlooks," is the title of one report. On the ...and more »

What non-Muslims Need to Know about Ramadan - Wear Your Voice

Ramadan is one of those times when non-Muslims have many questions, but aren't quite sure how to ask them. It's time for a primer on this month and all that it entails. Ramadan, the holiest month of the Islamic calendar, is upon us once more. More than ...and more »

Ramadan: "A Month of Great Conquests" - Gatestone Institute

"Ramadan has been not only a month of worship and of growing close to Allah the Almighty, but also a month of action and jihad aimed at spreading this great religion... throughout [Muslim] history, Ramadan has been a month of great conquests....".and more »

Ramadan Is Here but Muslim World Is Not in Peace with Itself - Morocco World News

Islam, a religion of peace. Ramadan is one of the sacred months of the Muslim lunar calendar; ashhor al-Horum but probably the most sacred of all and the most important socially in the sense that it is a month of prayer and celebration during which ...and more »

Ramadan in Houston: Counting down to iftar - Houston Chronicle

Banners of the traditional red, green and yellow Ramadan "khiyamiyah" print were hung, miniature lantern lights in gold strung over the fireplace and tables draped with cloths of the same colorful print. And the lanterns reappeared, bringing back the ...and more »

Fasting just one aspect of Ramadan: Kutty - Toronto Star

“But you can drink water, can't you?” is a classic question when people learn I'm fasting. Nope. No water or food, from dawn to dusk. Those fasting must also abstain from intimate marital relations, and not lie, cheat, backbite or carry on with other ...and more »

Man's forgetfulness and Ramadan as a reminder - Daily Sabah

Humankind's forgetfulness is like a double-edged sword that on the one hand, allows us to continue on with our life despite the loss, grief and sorrow we experience, while on the other hand, could cost us dear unless we manage to avoid being completely ...and more »

From Jakarta to Cairo – Ramadan around the world -

In Jakarta, Muslims of both genders play "fire football", to celebrate the start of the fasting month of Ramadan. This year, the Islamic fasting month begins on Friday evening, 26 May and ends on the evening of 24 June. Ramadan is the ninth month of ...and more »

What is Ramadan? - CGTN America (blog)

This week marks the first week of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan. In Islam, it is believed that God revealed the first verses of Islam's holy book, the Quran, during Ramadan. During the holy month, Muslims fast from dawn to sunset every day.and more »