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Ramadan

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Transcript of Ramadan

By Seerat, Mehreen, Azrah and Azizah
Facts
Ramadan
The role of women
in islam

Islam Peace through the
submission to God.

"Muslim" means "anyone or anything that submits itself to the will of God".
There are over 1.5 billion Muslims in the world.
Islam is the second fastest growing religion
in the world.
The 5 Pillars of Islam
Prophet Muhammad (Pbuh), is the man beloved by
more than 1.2 billion Muslims. 

It was to Prophet Muhammad that God revealed
the Holy Quran
He is the man who taught us patience in the face of adversity, and taught us to live in this world
but seek eternal life in the hereafter.
Along with this Book of guidance God sent
Prophet Muhammad, whose behaviour and high
moral standards are an example to us all.  

What is Ramadan?
The month of Ramadan takes place in the ninth month of the Islamic calendar.
Muslims refrain from eating and drinking from sunrise to sunset.
The purpose of this is to empathise with those who have no food and water on a daily basis. A Muslim gets closer to God.
There are also many health benefits associated to fasting. Some doctors prescribe fasting as a treatment to
obesity.
It has also been found that fasting
may help you to live longer.
EID
When the 29-30 days of Ramadan are over, Muslims celebrate a festival called Eid-ul-Fitr.
Muslims are not only celebrating the end of fasting, but thanking Allah for the help and strength that he gave them throughout the previous month to help them practise self-control.
The festival begins when the
first sight of the new
moon is seen in the sky.

-The Holy Qu’ran was revealed in this
month.
-Muslims increase their worship to God in the month of Ramadan by reading extra Qur'an and performing extra
prayers (Taraweeh).

Thank you for listening!
Ramadan
What we will cover

- What do you think Islam is?
- Where did it come from?
- Who was

the Prophet Muhammad (Pbuh)?

- What is Ramadan?
- Why we fast
- Do’s and Don’ts of Ramadan
- The benefits of fasting

- Women's status before and after Islam
- The Hijab
- Negative Media on the Hijab and Islam in general
Facts about Islam
Ramadan
The role of Women in Islam
What do YOU
know about Islam?
5 minutes to think!
(2 +ves and 2 -ves)
What Islam means
Where did it
all start?
And Who was the Prophet Muhammad
(Pbuh)?
Do’s of Fasting
Status of women before Islam
-Women were treated no different than “pet goats or sheep”
-Women could not make decisions based on their own beliefs
-When girls were born, they would be buried alive.

Do you think women
in Islam have any
importance? And Why?

5 minutes!
Status of women after Islam was born
-Women have the right to inherit property
from her father.
-Women have rights to work and seek
education.

The Hijab
“What’s HIS is HERS and
what’s HERS is HERS”.
Negative media about women in Islam

Does anyone have any questions for us?

Read Qur'an
Keep away from bad habits
Pray more
Dhikr (remembrance of God)
Give more charity
Use your time wisely
Pray the night prayers "Taraweeh" whenever
you can
Listen to music
Use bad language
Gossip
Backbite
Don't waste your time
Overeat
Don'ts of fasting
Sleep all day
Do you think fasting is cruel?
“And we have sent you O Muhammad, not but as a
mercy for humankind and all that exists.” 
(Quran 21:107)
means
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