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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: The month starts with the sighting of the moon The Imam leads a special prayer called Taraweeh after the I'sha prayer Muslims wake up at suhuur and have a meal, after suhuur they start observing their fast Break their fast at iftaar One of the last ten nights is Lylat Ul Qadr Muslims will fast for 29-30 days , and after that celebrate Eid marking the end of Ramadan Mentally and physically ill Pregnant and nursing women Elderly Menstruating Women Women post birth Travelers "The month of Ramadan is the one in which the Qur'an was revealed as guidance for mankind and with vivid features of (earlier) guidance and the Criterion (of right and wrong); so those of you who witness the month must fast therein and should anyone be sick, or on a journey, then, a number from other days. Allah wants ease for you and does not want hardship for you. And all this because you may complete the number and proclaim the Takbir of Allah for having guided you and that you be grateful." (2:185) Fasting is a shield; so when one of you is fasting he should neither indulge in obscene language nor should he raise his voice in anger. If someone attacks him or insults him, let him say: "I am fasting!" (Muslim) What can you do this Ramadan ? If someone is temporarily sick or has a condition that resolves later If someone has a chronic health condition that is not expected to resolve If someone deliberately breaks the fast, or misses a day of fasting for no legitimate reason Notice: How to make up for fasts that have been skipped? 9th month of the Islamic calender Arrangements for prayer have been made for gents and ladies in their respective prayer rooms. Exemptions from fasting Abu Hurayrah reported that the Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him) said Importance of Ramadan Health Benefits of Fasting Fasting in Ramadan in a nutshell Donate money to the needy through organizations like red cross Recycle Paper by putting them in the Green boxes present infront of the school Playground Encourage your parents and relatives who are physically fit and above 18 to donate blood Ramadan


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.

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