Ramadan comes every year in the ninth month of the Islamic calendar. It is a time for fasting, charity and prayer, for Muslims in the United Kingdom. The initial verses of the Quran appeared to the Prophet Muhammad end three days of Ramadan, considering it a most pious period.
What is done by Muslims in Ramadan?
Many Muslims in the United Kingdom fast in the morning hours in the holy month of Ramadan. During Ramadan fasting, is one of the main pillar from the Five Pillars of Islam. It is a time of self control, added by a rise in devotion to Allah the Al-mighty. It is accepted and a tradition that only one meal is eaten at Sehri before the sun rises and one single meal (Iftar) after dusk during Ramadan. The United Kingdom’s Department has introduced a guide that shows all the Muslims to fast without harming their health which if not followed may lead to a series of complications during fasting.
Ramadan is also a time for many Muslims to donate to charity by participating in food drives for the poor, organizing a collection or charity event, and other charitable activities. Muslims are encouraged to be charitable during Ramadan. Campaigns have been promoted in the United Kingdom to raise public awareness of safe ways to donate to charity and how to avoid donating to fake charities during Ramadan. These campaigns aim to help people choose an honest charity organization when donating money and equipment.
Ramadan is additionally a time for binding the Muslims to one accord by distributing alms for food for the poor, accumulation of money or alms for the event of Ramadan, and other charitable activities. Muslims are persuaded to accommodate during Ramadan. In the United Kingdom promotions are made to raise the awareness in the common people to give or donate cheerfully and how stay away from wrong or sham charitable organizations during Ramadan. These promotions plan to advice people to accept honest alms donations of money and equipment.
Muslims who have Islamic faith are persuaded to comprehend and understand complete Quran during the month of Ramadan. Some Muslims narrate the complete Quran by the end of Ramadan through a process of unique prayers accepted as Tarawih, which take place in the mosques every night of the Holy month, during which a part of the Quran is completed. In Ramadan competitions of the recitation of the Quran are held for both kids and adults in the United Kingdom in current times
Some political leaders in the United Kingdom, including the prime minister, previously made public announcements, greeting Muslims both locally and globally for the month of Ramadan. Their messages aim to help raise an awareness of the Ramadan’s importance among Muslims both in the United Kingdom and throughout the world.
In the previous year’s public announcements by some political leaders were made in the United Kingdom, which included the prime minister, which greeted all the Muslims around the world as well as locally for the month of Ramadan. Through their message they wanted to communicate an advice to help the Muslims of the UK to raise funds and bring awareness to the people about Ramadan both in the United Kingdom and throughout the world.
Community of the Muslims in UK
Many Islamic businesses and organizations may amend opening hours to suit prayer times during Ramadan in the United Kingdom. There may also be some congestion around mosques during prayer times, such as in the evenings.
Many Islamic businesses and organizations change and alter the hours of working to make it applicable for the Muslims to pray in the month of Ramadan in the United Kingdome. In the month of Ramadan there is a lot of rush near the mosques during adoration times, such as in the evenings.
Ramadan is the ninth month in the Islamic calendar, which consists of 12 months and lasts for about 354 days. The word “Ramadan” is derived from an Arabic word for intense heat, scorched ground and shortness of food and drink. It is considered to be the most holy and blessed month. Fighting is not allowed during this period.
Ramadan is the ninth month of the Islamic calendar, which consists of 12 months and lasts for about 354 days. The statement “Ramadan” is acquired from an Arabic statement for severe heat, parched soil and scarcity of food and water. It is taken as the month holiest of all months in the Islamic calendar and month for adoration. Fighting is prohibited during this month.