Ramadan 2018: How do you say happy Ramadan in Arabic?

Ramadan 2018: How do you say happy Ramadan in Arabic?

Ramadan 2018: How do you say happy Ramadan in Arabic?

In fact, Muslims are not permitted to fast on Eid Al-Fitr and it falls on the first day of Shawwal, which is the tenth month, according to the lunar Islamic calendar.

Bad weather and dust made observation hard, according to the TV channel.

The end of Ramadan will take place in the middle of next month after the month-long fasting period in the Islam tradition. This year, Ramadan is expected to begin on Wednesday, May 16, 2018.

Dr Ahmad Al Ahdal, senior preacher at Department of Islamic Affairs and Charitable Activities in Dubai, explained the process of Moon-sighting in an interview with Abu Dhabi TV.

If the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia declares the beginning of Ramadan from today, most among the Muslims in Europe would begin fasting from tomorrow.

Ramadan begins a day earlier in other parts of the world, depending on when a new moon is seen.

The Conference of Malay Rulers had agreed that determining the start of Ramadan be based on the rukyah and hisab methods. Roza is observed to attain purity and piousness in the month of Ramadan.

The Sultan also urged them to pray for the nation and maximise the benefits and blessings of the holy month. Before the daily fast spanning the entire month, Muslims have a pre-dawn meal called suhoor and also come together at dusk to break the fast with the meal called iftaar.

The common greetings during the month is "Ramadan Mubarak" and "Ramadan Kareem", wishing the recipient a "blessed" and generous Ramadan.

On the day, Muslims attend a special prayer in the morning at outdoor locations or mosques.

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