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Transcript: Are we the only religion who fast??? Fasting in Ramadhan is not just not eating/drinking from sunrise to sunset, it is also fasting/not doing bad deeds or actions. Examples; backbiting, gossiping, lieing, spreading rumors etc. Many Christians observe a forty-day pre-Easter fast, although now it includes abstention from only certain food items rather than all food and drink. Ramadan By Rawan Ali Does fasting have benefits??? Important Fact To Remember It is important because it is the month where Laylat al-Qadr, considered the most holy night of the year, is the night in which the Qur'an was revealed to the holy prophet Muhammed {s}. We believe it to have occurred on an odd-numbered night during the last 10 days of Ramadan, on the 19th, 21st and 23rd. WHY DO MOST PEOPLE SAY RAMADAN IS IMPORTANT?? 1 Are we the only religion that fast? 2 Does fasting have benefits? list 3 3Why is ramadan important? QUIZ TIME!!!! Yes, here are some of them; -Fasting instills patience, teaches self control and behavior -It increases compassion for the less fortunate. -Fasting builds focus on spirituality and deminishes focus on phisical comfert -Fasting has many health benefits. -It can be atonement for sin and can earn great reward. -Fasting is part of a strong spiritual and physical renewal plan. Presenting The Jewish, Christian and Muslim religions all fast. Prophet Musa peace be upon him observed a fast of forty days at Mount Sinai at the time of the revelation of the Ten Commandments. Although less common now, it is Jewish tradition to fast when mourning or when in danger.


Transcript: 1. To chew gum, rubber, plastic items or other such things (F: which are chewed, but not swallowed, and nothing reaches the stomach, for otherwise the fast would be broken). 2. To taste any article of food or drink and spit it out (F: without anything being swallowed). If a woman has a very ill-tempered husband, it is permissible for her to taste the food, provided it does not go down her throat. 3. To collect one's saliva in the mouth and then to swallow it, trying to quench thirst. 4. To delay a bath that has become obligatory intentionally until after Fajr time. 5. To use paste or tooth powder to clean one's teeth. It is permitted to use a miswak of any permissible fresh branch or root (tooth stick). [If one wishes to use toothpaste, one should brush one's teeth before the fast begins.] 6. To complain of hunger and thirst. 7. To take the water too much up the nostrils when cleaning the nose. 8. To gargle more than necessary (f: because if any water goes down the throat, even accidentally, the fast is invalidated). 9. To quarrel, argue, use filthy or indecent words. 10. To backbite, tell a lie and swear are sinful acts even when one is not fasting. Therefore they become even worse when fasting. 1. To partake of the pre-dawn meal (suhur) before fajr time enters. 2. To delay this meal to a little before fajr time. 3. To break the fast immediately after sunset. 4. To break one's fast with dry or fresh dates if available. If dates are not available, then with water. 5. To make the intention at night. Ramadhan DO! Don't ! • Fasting in the month of Ramadan is one of the five pillars of Islam. • Fasting in the month of Ramadan is fard upon every Muslim, male and female, who is sane and mature. • Almighty Allah has promised great reward for those that fast, whilst severe punishment is in store for those who do not fast in the month of Ramadan. • Fasting has many physical, moral and social benefits. However, Allah has made fasting compulsory so that we become pious, God-fearing and God-conscious. • Fasting in Islam means to stay away from eating, drinking and cohabitation from true dawn (subh sadiq, beginning of fajr time) to sunset with an intention of fasting.


Transcript: It is also one of the five pillars of Islam Fasting Doesn't Mean To Stay Only Hungry And Thirsty The Holy Prophet (saw) says: "This is the month in which the first ten days are the days of mercy and the second ten days are of forgiveness, and the last ten days of Ramadhan save us from hell." (Sahi Ibne Khazima Kitabus Siam, Baab Fazael) Every religion has fasting in different forms and requires hard work and devotion to seek the pleasure of Allah. The Holy Prophet (saw) further says, "Listen, listen, the month of Ramadhan is approaching, it is full of blessings and Allah made it mandatory to fast during this month. The doors to paradise are wide open and the doors to hell are closed and Satan is tied up. There is one night in this month which is immensely blessed and is better than a thousand nights. Whoever missed the opportunity to gain its blessings, has missed their opportunity to achieve their goals." (Nisai, Kitab-ul-Saum) Ramadhan The Blessed Month of the Year In the Holy Qur'an Allah says It is mandatory for every muslim to fast during the month of Ramadhan. "O' ye who have Faith! Fasting is prescribed for you as it was prescribed for those before you, so that you may guard yourselves (against evil)" (2:183) Ramadhan is the ninth month of the Islamic calendar, and the month in which the Holy Qur'an was revealed. The Promised Messiah (as) says "A religion that requires no effort is a meaningless religion." (Fatwaa Ahmadiyya pg 183) Allah says in the Holy Qur'an: "O' you who have Faith! Fasting is prescribed for you as it was prescribed for those before you, so that you may guard yourselves (against evil)."(2:183) The Holy Prophet (saw) Fasting also means to stay away from useless and senseless conversations.


Transcript: "Ramadan Kareem!" ("Noble (or Generous) Ramadan!") what is Ramadan? Ramadan is the ninth month of the Islamic lunar calendar. Every day during this month, Muslims around the world spend the daylight hours in a complete fast. Do children observe the fasting month of Ramadan? • Read Quran every day Ramadan To-Do List • Give in charity • Engage in du'a and remembrance of Allah "Ramadan Mubarak!" ("Blessed Ramadan!") How to greet Muslims at the start of Ramadan? "Kul 'am wa enta bi-khair!" ("May every year find you in good health!") Answer: Muslim children are not required to fast for Ramadan until they reach the age of maturity (puberty). However, in many families, younger children enjoy participating and are encouraged to practice their fasting. It is common for a younger child to fast for part of a day, or for one day on the weekend. This way, they enjoy the "grown-up" feeling that they are participating in the special events of the family and community Every year, Muslims observe a month-long fast during the 9th month of the Islamic calendar: Ramadan. Muslims believe that this month is filled with blessings, and it is appropriate to wish them well at the beginning of the month. Friendly words in any language are welcome, such as "I hope you have a blessed Ramadan," or "may you have a peaceful Ramadan." There are some traditional or common Arabic greetings that one may use or come across: • Keep and build relationships Ramadan is a period of fasting, reflection, devotion, generosity and sacrifice observed by Muslims around the world. While major holidays of other faiths have largely become commercialized events, Ramadan retains its intense spiritual meaning.The word "Ramadan" comes from the Arabic root word for "parched thirst" and "sun-baked ground. The lessons learned during Ramadan should last throughout the whole year • Avoid wasting time on frivolties At the end of the month, Muslims observe a holiday called Eid al-Fitr (the Festival of Fast-Breaking): ramadan • Reflect on and improve yourself

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