Ramadan

What is the Muslim holiday of id?

Id (pronounced "eed") means "feast." There are two Islamic feasts: 1. Eid al-Fitr, the Feast of Breaking the Fast, at the end of Ramadan. 2. Eid al-Adha, the Feast of the Sacrifice, which takes place during the Hajj, and commemorates God's mercy to Prophets Abraham and Ishmael, as God relieved th...

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How long is Ramadam?

Ramadan is a month of 29 or 30 days.

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Do you have Scottish festivals?

Of coarse we do, One of which being "Rabbie Burns Night" or Robert burns night, Where we celebrate by eatring haggis and enjoying a Cèilidh (Traditional Scottish dance) Hogmany is another, Hogmany is the scottish New Years eve, which we celebrate with many fireworks and movies and having family o...

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Which countries celebrate Ramadan?

Ramadan is not a month to be celebrated , all Muslims around the world fast in Ramadan. The countries who celebrate Eid-El-Futur ( which is the end of Ramadan ) are: -Saudi Arabia, Lebanon, Syria ,Egypt and all of the other Arabic countries. - In addition to Malaysia and some other Islamic Countr...

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What are some of Islamic holidays?

There are mainly two annual holidays and one weekly holiday. The two annual holidays are: Eidul Fitr (the Fasting breaking feast); on the first day of the 10th month in the Islamic Lunar Calendar. It celebrates the end of fasting the month of Ramadan (the 9th month on the Islamic Lunar Calendar)...

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What is the most important Muslim holiday?

Two equally important annual holidays and one weekly holiday. The two annual holidays are: The first day after end of fasting of the month of Ramadan (the 9th month in Lunar Islamic Calendar or Hijra Calendar) . It is called Eid Al Fitr The 9th day of the month Zul Hijjah (12th month in Lunar Is...

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Were do they celebrate Ramadan?

they don't realy celebrate ramadhan they consider it to be holy like lent in christianity, and pray alot, and try to spend alot of time doing good deeds. They try and attend the mosque for every prayer, wheras women do so at home. they clebrate on eid.

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What do Diwaii Hanukkah Ramadan Las Posadas Christmas and Kwanzaa have in common?

Except for Kwanzaa (which is secular), they are religious events and celebrations; but beyond that, they have absolutely nothing in common.

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What does Ramadam celebrate?

Ramadan is part of being a true Muslim. Muslims all over the world fast from sun-up to sun-down. the reason for the celebration is when prophet Mohammed first received the words of Allah or in other words GOD. Ramadan comes one month a year and it is close to the end of the year. They do this to ...

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What is the 'iftar' time of Ramadan 2008 on the East Coast of the US?

The iftar time will change everyday. This is because the iftar time is actually the time of the daily sunset, which, happens earlier and earlier this time of year. The first day of Ramadan's iftar time was 7:49; the last day's should be around 7:06.

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What are Muslim holidays are in November and December?

In the year of 2009, Eid Al Adha fell on Thanksgiving Break. The Islamic holidays vary. They can come any time of the year.

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Is Ramadan 2008 over yet?

NOT till the moon is sighted

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What holidays do Muslims have and of what kind?

Mainly, Muslims celebrate two annual holidays and one weekly holiday. The two annual holidays are eid-ul-fitr (after end of the fasting month Ramadan) and eid-ul adhah (on the 9th to 12th or to 13th of month ZulHegga). Ramadan and ZulHegga are respectively the 9th and 12th months of the Islamic L...

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What do Muslims celebrate?

Mainly; Muslims celebrate two annual feasts and one weekly feast. The main two important annual Islamic feasts are; namely: Eid Al-Fitr: This feast comes on the first day after end of the Ramadan month to celebrate the concluding of Ramadan fasting (the fourth pillar of the 5 Islam pillars), and...

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What tradition do the following winter holidays have in common Diwaii Hanukkah Ramadan Las Posadas Christmas and Kwanzaa?

Celebrations that include lights are what the winter holidays of Christmas, Diwali, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, Las Posadas and Ramadan have in common. Answer: The presence of light, lights or lamps. However, note the following: Ramadan is a religious Muslim occasion but is not a winter holiday, sinc...

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