Happy days......^_^

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  • macoooo Advanced
    Each year,

    And Muslims all over the world to the health and happiness

    Eid-Al-Fitr is one of the major holidays of Islam. It comes at the end of the holy month of Ramadan and celebrates the end of the fasting. The holiday comes on the first day of the 10th month in the Islamic lunar calendar.

    Because the month of Ramadan is all about fasting, Eid-Al-Fitr is all about NOT fasting. During Ramadan, Muslims have not eaten while the Sun is in the sky. On Eid-Al-Fitr, they celebrate the end of Ramadan with a sweet snack and then get ready for a day of celebration.

    On this day, Muslims are encouraged to dress in their best clothes and attend a special Eid prayer at their neighborhood mosque. Before the prayer begins, Muslims make an alms payment (the Zakat al Fitr) Corner of the five pillars of Islam
    Such as prayer and fasting
    Take money from the rich and the poor are given
    Thereby achieving social solidarity in Islam

    for the month of Ramadan, in the form of food or its cash equivalent. This food and / or money is then distributed to the poor. After the special religious service, the focus turns to gift-giving. Children are given many gifts. Women get gifts from their loved ones. Also on this day, people are encouraged to settle feuds or disputes, especially those between family members.

    Eid Al-Fitr means "Feast of Fast-Breaking." It is often celebrated during three days, with the first day marking the end of Ramadan.

    NATIVE DEEN -- Small Deeds

    eid al fitr--DR Zakir Naik

    Eid is celebration. Fitr comes from the word fitrah, meaning natural.

    Yes, Ramadhan will end shortly, at 6.15 am and we muslims will celebrate EidulFitri. But using the word 'celebration' gives a wrong idea to non-muslims. It's not partying. We are celebrating with praises of God. And we can eat as usual once more, coming back to the natural way of things. Hence, the name Fitrah.

    Enjoy your holidays people

    The occasion is Eid ul-Fitr which means 'festivity of breaking the fast'...

    It is the celebration after the fast of the month of Ramadan... Ramadan is the month of the Quranic revelation, Muslims use this month to reconnect to the Quran and build a stronger relationship with Allah. This is achieved by fasting from food and s-exual activities with one's spouse during the daylight hours, refraining from foul and shameless language and actions, increased acts of charity to the less fortunate, reciting the word of God Etc...

    We learn self restraint against our permitted human desires and hopefully would build stronger restraint against desires that are not permissible.

    Basically making a stronger effort to be the best you can be and come out a better human being at the end... It is like a training course for the muslim... At the end of the course, we get our certificate and a feast... We repeat the training course once every year..

    During Eid celebration for Muslims
    Differs from non-Muslim celebration

    Not adultery - not drinking alcohol - not for committing sins

    First thanks to God through the Eid prayer
    Wear the best clothes

    Visit neighbors and friends and uphold the ties of kinship
    Exchanging gifts
    And enjoy the beautiful in public places
    And enjoy the happy days

    Enjoy life
    allah guide you to Islam#!
    Jazakal-lah akhir

    And also if one goes to a congregational place then there is no other{sunnah} prayer before the two Rakaats of Eid prayer meaning one just sits down the congregational place and continues with the Takbeer without performing any form of sunnah prayer{Qabliyah}.But if one prays in a Mosque then one is recommended to greet the mosque with two greeting-of-the-mosque Rakaats.



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    unstopablepanda3 Experienced
    Ramadan ends on the 4th of July?
  • macoooo Advanced
    Ramadan ends on the 4th of July in some countries

    Ramadan ends on the 5th of July in some countries

    Depending on the sighting of the moon


    There are many Prophetic narrations which clarify the days that are desirable for a Muslim to fast; they are as follows:

    Six days from the month of Shawwaal: Abu Ayyoob Al ‘Ansaari may Allaah be pleased with him narrated that the Prophet sallallaahu `alayhi wa sallam ( may Allaah exalt his mention ) said: “He who fasts Ramadan and follows it with six days of Shawwaal, this is as if he fasted for the whole year.” [Ahmad, Abu Daawood and At-Tirmithi]

    Three days of every month: Abu Hurayrah and Abu Tharr may Allaah be pleased with them said: “TheProphet sallallaahu `alayhi wa sallam ( may Allaah exalt his mention ) advised us never to quit (praying) the two Rak'ahs of Ad-Dhuha, and the Witr (prayer) before going to bed (at night); and to fast three days of every month. It is desirable if these days are the thirteenth, fourteenth and fifteenth days (of each lunar month).” [Muslim]

    الرد على ادعاء تأليف القرآن من اجل ارباح مادية - ذاكر نايك Zakir Naik

    لماذا يطلب المسلمون مني اعتناق الاسلام؟ - ذاكر نايك Zakir Naik

    عبدالله كريشان - الشيخ الدكتور ذاكر نايك ودعوة غير المسلمين للإسلام

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