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مُساهمةموضوع: WeLcOm RaMaDaN   الخميس يوليو 28, 2011 7:52 am

ما هو رمضان؟؟

لو سألك أجنبي غير مسلم ,, أو حديث الاسلام ,, ما هو رمضان وما هو الصيام ؟؟

بماذا تجيب؟؟

رمضان بالانجليزية



Every year in the month of Ramada-n, all Muslims
fast from dawn until
sundown--abstaining from food, drink, and sexual relations with their
.spouses

Those who are sick, elderly, or on a journey, and women who are
menstruating, pregnant or nursing, are permitted to break the fast and
make up an equal number of days later in the year if they are healthy and
,able. Children begin to fast (and to observe prayers) from puberty
.although many start earlier

Although fasting is beneficial to health, it is mainly a method of
self-purification and self-restraint. By cutting oneself from worldly
comforts, even for a short time, a fasting person focuses on his or her
purpose in life by constantly being aware of the presence of God. God
states in the Qur'an: "O you who believe! Fasting is prescribed for you
as it was prescribed to those before you that you may learn
(self-restraint." (Qur'an 2:183

?What is Ramadhan
Ramadan is the ninth month of the Muslim year which follows a lunar
calendar. Each month begins with a sighting of the moon's crescent and
lasts 29 or 30 days until a sighting of the next month's crescent.
The month of Ramadan commemorates the days when the Angel Gabriel
imparted the wisdom of the Koran, Islam's holy book, to the Prophet
.Mohammed
It is during this month that Muslims fast. It is called the Fast of
,Ramadan and lasts the entire month. According to Sharia, or Islamic law
,all adult Muslims must fast during the holy month. Only the sick
pregnant and nursing women, and travelers are exempt. This makes the
fasting a worldwide phenomenon observed by the devoted among the world's
.one billion Muslims as one international community



During the Fast of Ramadan strict restraints are placed on the daily
.lives. Muslims are not allowed to eat or drink during the daylight hours
Smoking and sexual relations are also forbidden during fasting. At the
end of the day the fast is broken with a meal called the Iftar. The
,fasting person must abstain from lying, cheating, argumentation
fighting, foul ******** and every sort of evil. These are considered
.offensive at all times, but are most offensive during the Fast of Ramadan


During Ramadan, Muslims continue with their prayers five times a day, but
after the night prayer is performed, a special prayer called Taraweeh is
performed. This is a voluntary prayer that consists of reading the Quran
during the time of Ramadan. The length of this prayer is usually 2-3
times as long as the daily prayers. In many mosques the whole Quran is
read during Taraweeh prayers over the month. In some mosques it is read
.several times


When Ramadan arrives, everybody congratulates his neighbors and
relatives. You can see the happiness all over.
.(People start to prepare for Sohour (a very late meal before sun raise
Mostly Sohour contains Foul (Fava Beans), cheese, yogurt and bread. After
Sohour some people wait until they pray Fajar then they go to work or go
to sleep




Questions and answers about Ramadan


أسئلة وأجوبة عن رمضان



Q: Who Must Fast?

Fasting is compulsory for those who are mentally and physically fit, past the age of puberty, in a settled situation (not travelling), and are sure fasting is unlikely to cause real physical or mental injury.



Q. Why do Muslims fast?

Fasting is common in many religions. The Quran, the reveled text in Islam, says in chapter 2 verse 183, "O you who believe, fasting is prescribed for you as it was prescribed for those who were before you, in order that you may learn piety and God Consciousness".



Q: Are there any exemptions from fasting?

Some of these exemptions are optional.

Children under the age of puberty (Young children are encouraged to fast as much as they are able.)
People who are mentally incapacitated or not responsible for their actions
The elderly
The sick
Travelers who are on journeys of more than about fifty miles
Pregnant women and nursing mothers
Women who are menstruating
Those who are temporarily unable to fast must make up the missed days at another time or feed the poor.



Q: Is fasting just about not eating and drinking during daylight hours?

Despite what many may think Ramadan is just not about restraining from food and drink. Muslims must also refrain from things such as verbal abuse, fighting, eavesdropping, backbiting, lying and slander as these acts render the fast as worthless. In essence Muslims must be model human beings during the fast. The act of abstinence is not meant to starve you; it is an act of worship like prayer. It enables people with plenty to empathize with those who have very little in this world.




Q: What do Muslims believe they gain from fasting?

One of the main benefits of Ramadan is an increased compassion for those in need of the necessities of life, a sense of self-purification and reflection and a renewed focus on spirituality. Muslims also appreciate the feeling of togetherness shared by family and friends throughout the month. Perhaps the greatest practical benefit is the yearly lesson in self-restraint and discipline that can carry forward to other aspects of a Muslim's life such as work and education.



Q: Why does Ramadan begin on a different day each year?

Because Ramadan is a lunar month, it begins about eleven days earlier each year. Throughout a Muslim's lifetime, Ramadan will fall both during winter months, when the days are short, and summer months, when the days are long and the fast is more difficult. In this way, the difficulty of the fast is evenly distributed between Muslims living in the northern and southern hemispheres.



Q: How can non-Muslim co-workers and friends help someone who is fasting?

Employers, co-workers and teachers can help by understanding the significance of Ramadan and by showing a willingness to make minor allowances for its physical demands. Special consideration can be given to such things as requests for vacation time, the need for flexible early morning or evening work schedules and lighter homework assignments. It is also very important that Muslim workers and students be given time to attend Eid prayers at the end of Ramadan. Eid is as important to Muslims as Christmas and Yom Kippur are to Christians and Jews. A small token such as a card (there are Eid cards available from Muslim bookstores) or baked goods given to a Muslim co-worker during Eid ul-Fitr would also be greatly appreciated. Hospital workers should be aware that injections and oral medications might break the fast. Patients should be given the opportunity to decide whether or not their condition exempts them from fasting.



Q: Do people normally lose weight during Ramadan?

Some people do lose weight, but others may not. It is recommended that meals eaten during Ramadan be light, but most people can't resist sampling special sweets and foods associated with Ramadan.



Q. Isn't it difficult to stay without water?

Abstinence from water for a few hours during the day has not been shown to be adverse to health. The body has its own water conservation mechanism. According to some studies a person can survive for 4 to 7 days without any water in 90o F / 32.2o C temperature.



Q: What happens at the end of Ramadan?

The end of Ramadan is celebrated by the Festival of Eid ul-Fitr ("Festival of Fast-Breaking") and special prayers at the end of Ramadan. Eid begins with special morning prayers on the first day of Shawwal, the month following Ramadan on the Islamic lunar calendar. It is forbidden to perform an optional fast during Eid because it is a time for relaxation. During Eid Muslims greet each other with the phrase "taqabbalallah ta'atakum," or "may God accept your deeds" and "Eid Mubarak" (eed-moo-bar-ak), meaning "blessed Eid."




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مُساهمةموضوع: رد: WeLcOm RaMaDaN   الثلاثاء أغسطس 02, 2011 7:18 am

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