Transcript: RAMADAN The Questions What's the Ramadan? What's the Ramadan? The Fasting Sugar feast Short movie about the Ramadan Questions The ninth month Ramida or ar-Ramad Fasting Why are Muslims fasting? Mosque - Prayer Family A lot of candy Beautiful clothes One Day Content Short movie about the Ramadan Are there any questions? Maked by: Redouane Ajaid 1.What aren't you allowed to do during the Ramadan? 2. How many days does the Ramadan takes? 3. What's the name of the time that you can eat? Sugar feast The Fasting Muslims allow-disallow Iftar/Suhor Each year Facts Islam Allah It's good for your health Hunger Poor people 5 columns
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Transcript: By Sarrinah and Anita Ramadan The month of fasting, prayer, reflection and community. what is islam? what is islam? ABOUT islam About Islam basic facts Muslims believe there is only one God Muslims pray to Allah using the words of the Qu'ran Islam is a faith based on intellect. How the words of the Qu'ran are interpreted are dependent on the sect of Islam. FUN FACTS Islam has two main sects: Sunni and Shia, and each is divided into many more sects. FUN FACTS Each sect of Islam practices their faith differently. For example, each sect focuses on different prayers and the number of prayers in a day. Like all Abrahamic faiths, Islam is practiced in many different ways. Islam is around 1400 years old. what is it? Ramadan is the month of fasting, prayer, reflection and community. Muslims all across the globe fast during the month of Ramadan, which changes every year as Muslims follow the Lunar Calendar. ramadan Rules LIST OF RULES 3 4 2 1 The fast can be broken during a girl's menstruation cycle. You can't eat or drink from 6am to 6pm or sunrise to sunset depending on which sect you belong to. During Ramadan you should have a clean heart and a clean mind, i.e. no swearing, no gossiping, no complaining, refraining from bad habits. There are exceptions: if a woman is pregnant, if you are sick, if you are young or elderly, you do not need to observe Ramadan. Video video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6OF4HEGNBRQ Side note: All Muslims pray differently and the way they pray in the video does not apply to all Muslims. eid-al-fitr what is eid? Eid-al-Fitr is the festival of breaking the fast, celebrated by Muslims all across the world. It's generally celebrated the day after the month of Ramadan is complete (the first day of Shawwal). How it is celebrated how it's celebrated Eid is celebrated many different ways. Some celebrate with carnivals and parties. Others celebrate with family dinners. The majority head to their local religious centre after these celebrations to engage in celebratory prayers. gifts Often gifts are given on Eid. The most common gift is Eidhi, the money given to children on Eid-al-Fitr. Some families give actual gifts, such as toys and devices. Eid gifts often vary and aren't always given. Like most aspects in Islam, it is a choice- this one usually made by families as a whole, or the parents. gifts fun facts 1. It is celebrated during the beginning of Shawwal, the 10th month of the Islamic calendar (the Muslim use of a lunar calendar means that it may fall in any season of the year). Some cultures celebrate for 3 days and some only for 1. 2. The fasting is done to celebrate the month the Prophet got the first revelations from Allah. Eid-al-Fitr is the joyous end of fasting and the return of eating and drinking during the day. fun facts 3. "Eid al-Fitr" is a pretty literal translation of the event that's being celebrated: "Festival of the Breaking of the Fast," or "the Feast of Fast-Breaking." Other muslim holidays There are many major Islamic holidays. Navroz is the lunar New Year, and Eid-al-Adha is the Festival of Sacrifice. Milad-al-Nabi is the birthday of the Prophet, and Laylat-al-Qadr is the Night Of Power, the night the first revelations of Allah were received by the Prophet. Other Muslim Holidays Navroz Navroz Navroz is the Muslim New Year. Navroz is celebrated on the first day of Spring (anywhere from March 20-23). Navroz is about getting rid of last year's "bad luck" and refreshing with the rebirth of Spring. some Muslims get rid of old clothes and buy a new wardrobe. other Muslims use this time to help the poor and give to charity. Navroz is a day of celebration and rebirth where families gather together to enjoy delicious meals together. Many Muslims end their day on Navroz by praying. Eid-al-adha eid-al-adha Eid-al-Adha is the Festival of Sacrifice. This festival commemorates the day Prophet Abraham almost sacrificed his son. The story goes that the Prophet Abraham kept seeing Allah telling him in his dreams to sacrifice his son Ismail, and both father and son were so faithful in Allah that Ismail agreed without question. As Abraham was bringing down the knife, Allah replaced Ismail with a ram so the sacrifice was the ram. This act of faithfulness is celebrated by Muslims all over the world today. On this day, rams hide from humans in fear of being sacrificed too. A joke around this holiday is that rams take How Not To Become A Kebab lessons before Eid-al-Adha. Photo Milad-al-nabi Milad-al-Nabi is the birthday of Prophet Muhammad (May Peace Be Upon Him). Muslims celebrate this date because we believe that Muhammad is the last prophet from God. Milad-al-nabi Laylat-al-Qadr Laylat-al-qadr Laylat-al-Qadr is the Night of Power. On this night, the Prophet received the first revelations from Allah. Laylat-al-Qadr is the 27th night of Ramadan, and is celebrated by staying up all night praying. When you do this, it is believed that all your past sins are forgiven. History of islam Islam was
Transcript: Comics with Saeed Healthy tip poster: Gift items: Dawaii stands in SEHA heathcare facilities in Ramadan: My medicine (Dawaii) booklet Dawaii advertisement in SEHA magazine and Newspapers: Imsakiat Ramadan: Abu Dhabi Bus campaign Al Rahba: 2 booths Al Gharbia: 7 booths Al Mafraq: 2 booths Ramadan events Tawam: 5 booths is Dawaii Campaign during Ramadan 1 2) Gift box SKMC: 1 booth SDS: 1 booth Corniche: 3 booths this Booths picture 1) First aid Email footage: AHS: 40 booths Dawaii campaign: presentation about: The campaign focuses on educating the public about the need to monitor health and regulate their medication intake during Ramadan. The Campaign increase awareness of the public on the ideal use of the drugs and overcoming its negative aspects during Ramadan. The hospitals affiliated to SEHA with various activities that contribute to delivering their messages to the public through distribution of awareness brochures and displaying films across all screens in waiting rooms in hospitals of SEHA. Distribution of gifts and organization of competitions, which all lead to the public awareness and familiarizing them with the objectives and purposes of these campaigns. Brochures will be distributed in Zayed Grand mosque following the educational lecture that will be delivered by one of our pharmacist during the holy month. Fifty four thousand copies will be distributed with Itihad newspaper in the first day of Ramadan. THE END... Dawaii Campaign during Ramadan 2 Healthy Tips: 1) 2) 3)
Transcript: "If one is fasting, he should not use foul language, raise his voice, or behave foolishly. If someone reviles him or fights with him, he should say, 'I am fasting,' twice." Random unknown person : I don't get it.. Random unknown person : Well this will be interesting! Narrator : I didn't say that... Narrator : Well did anyone else remember? Why do muslims fast? About Ramadan A lot of people, ask why do muslims fast? So here are a few answers! I hope you enjoy my prezi I made, this took a tiny bit of research and some information i know about. Enjoy. Narrator : OUT OF MY PRESANTATION! NOW! A bit about Ramadan. Random unknown person : Observed by muslims? You mean Ramadan is swallowed by muslims?! Narrator : Alright! What did you learn! Thank you for watching and listening about my religion and culture. I hope you enjoyed! I have a short music clip before i end this presentation. "He leaves his food, drink, and desires for My sake. His fasting is for Me ...I will give the reward for it, and for every good deed, he will receive ten similar to it." By Azwa Mehmoood Sayings of the holy prophet Ramadan is the ninth month of the Islamic calender and is observed by muslims worldwide as a month of fasting to commemorate the first revalation of the Quran to Prophet Muhammad according to Islamic belief. This annual observance is regarded as one of the Five Pillars of Islam. The month lasts 29-30 days based on the visual sightings of the cresent moon, according to numerous biographical accounts compiled in the hadiths. The Five Pillars Of Islam are Shahada - Faith, Salat - Prayer, Zakat - Charity, Sawm - Fasting, Hajj - Pilgrimage to Mecca. Narrator : See? Now you've learnt a few things! Now i am going to see if you remember some facts i said earlier! Lets see if you remember! Introduction What have you learnt so far? Narrator : I'm sure you will like it! "The one who is fasting is happy at two times: when he breaks his fast he is happy with it, and when he meets his Lord he will be happy that he has fasted." Random unknown person : Wow.. I didn't know that someone who is fasting shouldn't use foul language or raise his voice when fasting! Narrator : WHAT... The End Random unknown person : I learnt that Ramadan is the sixth month in the Islamic calender!
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Transcript: 1 m Y 2 p g b X F Ramadan E Ramadan is the most sacred month of the year in Islamic culture. Muslims observe the month of Ramadan, to mark that Allah, or God, gave the first chapters of the Quran to the Prophet Muhammad in 610. Ramadan is the ninth month in the Islamic calendar. Traditionally, people searched for the slight crescent using the naked eye to know if the month has started. However, most muslims currently use astornomical calculations to mark the beginning of the month. What is the Month of Ramadan? D Why do Muslims Fast Ramadan? During Ramadan, Muslims fast, abstain from pleasures and pray to become closer to God. It is also a time for families to gather and celebrate. Through fasting, one demonstrates the highest degree of obedience by willfully submitting to abstaining from lawful food, drink, and sexual relations from sunrise to sunset one month every year. This regimentation is an excellent means for spiritual and moral improvement. Fasting is one of the five pillars of islam, faith, prayer, charity, fasting, and pilgrimage to Mecca C The End of Fasting Ramadan At the end of Ramadan, a three-day spiritual celebration known as Eid al-Fitr occurs. During this time, Muslims rejoice in the completion of the fast. Family members and friends gather to share in feasts and prayers. During Eid al-Fitr, it is customary to donate to the poor and disadvantaged. During the three days, Muslims attend prayers in the morning, and then visit family, friends, neighbors, the sick and the elderly. Feasts are shared with family and friends and small gifts are given.
Transcript: Eid Al-Fitr Iftar - (If..what?!) What is Ramadan By Haruun And Sofiane -Ramadan is a time of spiritual reflection and worship. Muslims are expected to put more effort into following the teachings of Islam and to avoid obscene and irreligious sights and sounds. -During fasting, intercourse is prohibited as well as eating and drinking, and resistance of all temptations is encouraged. Sexual intercourse among spouses is allowed after one has ended the daily fast. Purity of both thoughts and actions is important. -The act of fasting is said to redirect the heart away from worldly activities, its purpose being to cleanse one’s soul and free it from harm. - -It also teaches Muslims to practice self-discipline, self-control, sacrifice, and empathy for those who are less fortunate, thus encouraging actions of generosity and charity . RAMADAN So what Muslims just don’t eat for a month? -It is encouraged during Ramadan to recite the whole Quran. The Quran is the equivalent to the Christian Bible, the Jewish Torah and what Muslims to be the verbatim word of god. -Some Muslims perform the recitation of the entire Qur'an by means of special prayers, called Tarawih, which are held in the mosques every night of the month, during which a whole section of the Qur'an is recited. Therefore the entire Qur'an would be completed at the end of the month. However it is not required to read the whole Qur'an in the Salatul Tarawih. Although it is highly recommended to do so. Sadaqa - (Charity) Conclusion Ramadan is the ninth month of the Islamic calendar, which lasts 29 or 30 days. It is the Islamic month of fasting, in which participating Muslims refrain from eating, drinking, smoking and sex during daylight hours and is intended to teach Muslims about patience, spirituality, and submissiveness to God. Ramadan is observed solely for the sake of God, the dates of Ramadan vary, moving backwards by about eleven days each year depending on the moon. Thus It is never the same time every year. Muslims believe Ramadan to be an incredibly holy month for the because it is the month in which the first verses of the Qur'an were revealed to the Islamic prophet, Muhammad (PBUH). Alright, No Food, Sex, and Be Spiritual, What Else? RAMADAN -Iftar refers to the evening meal when Muslims break their fast -Muslims all around the world will abstain from food and drink, through fasting, from dawn to sunset. At sunset, the family will gather the fast-breaking meal known as Iftar. The meal starts with the eating of three dates — just as Muhammad used to do. Then it's time for the Maghrib prayer, which is the fourth of the five daily prayers, after which the main meal is served. -Over time, Iftar has grown into banquet festivals. This is a time of fellowship with families, friends and surrounding communities, but may also occupy larger spaces at mosques or banquet halls, where a large group of people may gather to break fast together. -The elderly, the chronically ill, and the mentally ill are exempt from fasting, although the first two groups must try to feed the poor in place of their missed fasting. -It becomes compulsory for Muslims to start fasting when they reach puberty, so long as they are healthy, sane and have no disabilities or illnesses. Also exempt are pregnant women if they believe it would be harmful to them or the unborn baby, women during the period of their menstruation, and women nursing their newborns. -Theirs a difference of opinion amongst Islamic scholars as to whether nursing women must make up the days they miss at a later date, or feed poor people as an alternative for days missed. -While fasting is not considered compulsory in childhood, many children try to complete as many fasts as possible as practice for later life. -Lastly, those traveling are exempt, but must make up the days they have missed. is here -The holiday of Eid Al-Fitr marks the end of the fasting period of Ramadan and the first day of the following month, after another new moon has been sighted. -The Eid falls after 29 or 30 days of fasting, per the lunar sighting. Food is donated to the poor everyone puts on their best, usually new, clothes and community prayers are held in the early morning, followed by feasting and visiting relatives and friends. The prayer is optional although highly recommend as opposed to the mandatory five daily prayers. -Muslims are expected to do this as an act of worship, and to thank God. Presents are also given, mainly clothes and money. RAMADAN Who's Exempt from Fasting? -Charity is very important in Islam, and even more so during Ramadan. -According to Islam, Ramadan it is a particularly blessed time to give in charity, as the reward is 70 times greater than any other time of the year. For that reason, Muslims will spend more in charity and many will pay their zakat during Ramadan, to receive the blessings (reward). Zakat is one of the Five Pillars of Islam, is the giving of a fixed portion of one's wealth to charity, generally to
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