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Muslims throughout the world are celebrating the holy fasting month of Ramadan when observants fast from dawn till dusk. (Mohammed Ballas - AP) This week remember to wish all your Muslim friends “Ramadan Mubarak” or “Ramadan Kareem” ...

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Corduva77 "NejraGomezSp: Ramadan Mubarak...wishing all you Muslim tweeters a blessed month of fasting !! ☺"

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How to entertain guests at an iftar party in Ramadan? 10 POINTS FOR BEST ANSWER? by ?? Question Mark ?? Q: What can I do to entertain my guests at my iftar party? I'm trying to get someone to come and give a lecture/halaqa but if I can't, i need some more options. Also, any other advice for hosting iftar partys is welcome :) -Ramadan Mubarak-!! 10 POINTS FOR BEST ANSWER!

A: We used to have those, they're good fun :) Well, we would have recitation of Dua's at the beginning, then Salah, ifthaar and afterwards talk about Ramadan and discuss the lectures we had been listening to during Ramadan in the mosque. We didn't have a lecturer, rather we made our own discussions and based it on our opinions. Then after that, we just had fun and messed around by playing some funny games :P ... lol.

Ramadan Mubarak To the whole Muslim ummah :)? by Q: i just wanted to know is it ok to watch dramas on star plus and star one like .. pyar ki yeh ek kahani, geet during the month of ramadan? or is it haraam?

A: You never know if you'll see the next ramadan, so its best to make the most of it by reading Quran and other good things which have been graded up just for this month. You can record all the serials and can watch it afterwards. Make the most of this gifted month.

How do you explain Ramadan to non-Muslim coworkers? by xyz Q: Slaam aalikom and Ramadan mubarak. How do you explain Ramadan to non-Muslim coworkers?

A: Wa Alaykum Salam, Ramadan Mubarak to you too :) You tell them that it is the 9th month of the lunar calendar, a month when muslims fast (avoid food drink sex) from dawn to sunset as a form of worship, in order to learn patience and self control and to come to appreciate God's blessings even more and to experience a fraction of what those in need go through which consequently encourages us to give more in charity

To my fellow Muslims: How did your first fast of Ramadan go so far? by Miss Nadia Q: Ramadan Mubarak to everyone, my first day of fasting has gone very well, although it was very hot. How did everyone else's go?

A: Same thing here ,felt little thiristy ... but what get me relieved is remembering that I am going to be rewarded to this in the Resurrection day, we will never feel thirsty there inshalla...

Ramadan Mubarak first of all =) ok my question is? by 3єѕѕєт 3αѕнє2ღ™ Q: once you're engaged what are you allowed to do...like can you hold hands and hug, kiss and stuff like that? is it still 7aram?.. I already know that you cant have sex until your officially married though, thx in advance =)

A: Engagement is a sacred relationship connecting two individuals mutually so they can get to know each other inside out. An engagement can last for years but in Islam any relationship outside a marriage is considered as adultery meaning holding hands, kissing, and hugging is unlawful. 2:235 And there is no blame on you respecting that which you speak indirectly in the asking of (such) women in marriage or keep (the proposal) concealed within your minds; Allah knows that you win mention them, but do not give them a promise in secret unless you speak in a lawful manner, and do not confirm the marriage tie until the writing is fulfilled, and know that Allah knows what is in your minds, therefore beware of Him, and know that Allah is Forgiving, Forbearing. It is expected from both individuals to not meet secretly with each other unless their intention is pure and both their parents/guardians have given them permission. I believe an engagement is merrily a time period where both individuals and their parents/guardians get to be on familiar terms with each other. An engagement does not allow sexual relationships, including kissing, hugging, etc but a marriage is open to such actions. Ramadhan Mubarak.

ramadan mubarak: what are you having for iftar today? by hyper fyber Q: salam what are you guys having for iftooor today im invited to peoples house so i dont know what ill be having hope there will be some sweets hope u enjoy your ftoor today

A: Wasalam Pakoras and kebabs as usual

How do you increase rewards during Ramadan? by A A SA Q: Ramadan Mubarak! My son is asking a very good question and wants to discuss it in the Iftar group tonight. What can we do to increase our rewards during Ramadan such as reading surah Yasin at fajr etc. Jazak Allahu Khair in advance

A: You may looking for something like this, check the URL below: http://allramadan.com/blog/about/ It's all about earning rewards. There are also some useful tips posted so check them out. They offer many Ramadan Cards that will earn you lots of rewards, here is the link http://www.allramadan.com Ramadan Mubarak

Ramadan: What are the dangers of free-mixing between the sexes? by ProtectoroftheSunnah Q: Salam wa alaikum, Ramadan Mubarak! What are the dangers of mixing with the opposite sex? Do you have a personal experience with it? Is there anything wrong with being friends with the opposite sex in your opinion? Do you believe its halal? Or haraam? How do you try to avoid it at university, work, out in public, or ect?

A: Not is haraam. I don't go outside except for neccesity such as getting groceries with hubby or when we are moving (which we'll be doing in 8 months). I'm doing college online and will continue doing college online so I don't have to worry about fitnah. I know from experience that when you are friends with the opposite sex one of you is eventually going to want something more. I didn't know it was haraam to talk to men as a woman, being a revert but my husband put a stop to that shortly after our marriage and I deleted my old e-mail so none of my old male Muslim friends would talk to me. I was upset that I had to do so because I don't get along with girls. I get along with boys. I'm not into anything that girls like such as jewelry or makeup, or shopping for shoes or clothes.

RAMADAN: How do you wish Eid Mubarak in Arabic? by A Girl Q: How do I wish If i want to sms an Eid Mubarak message to my friends?

A: Ta qabbal lallahu minni wa minkum (may Allah accept it from me and from you all ,hope i help

How have you improved since last ramadan? What are you going to do to improve this time round? by Redemption o.O Q: Salam everyone, yayy its ramadan tomorrow :D and even tho this is the ramadan section im not going to be using it anymore (and dont think u shud either o.O ) but anyway just wanted to tell everyone here ramadan mubarak and i hope u use ur time wisely :) take care oh and please keep me in ur prayers :$

A: like wise - keep me in yours. almost time soon, 30 mins left.

How can I recite the Quran if I can't read Arabic during Ramadan? by Moo. Q: I want to recite the Quran so that I could get more good deeds this Ramadan. Is there a website that shows the pronunciation and would that still count as reciting? And what if I can't get all the correct pronunciations? Would it still count? Thanks and Ramadan Mubarak!

A: I love this website. It's helping me learn to recite surah Yasin. It has a step by step way of learning surahs (includes audio). It also includes duas and the 99 names of Allah (Swt). Hope this helps (:

How to make Ramadan Greetings in Arabic? by Inquisitive Q: How does one wish a fellow Muslim at the beginning of the holy month of Ramadan? Is it Ramadan Mubarak or Ramadan Karim? How does one respond to such greetings?

A: Both are commonly used and correct. Ramadan Mubarak literally translates to: Blessed Ramadan (May your Ramadan be blessed) while Ramadan Karim literally translates to: Generous Ramadan. Ramadan Mubarak is what I tend to use more because of it's meaning compared to that of Ramadan Karim. A person responds by saying either Ramadan Mubarak or Ramadan Karim to the other. Hope this helped. Let me know if you have other questions!

Ramadan how to start letter when writing to Arabic country? by Jan M Q: Hello, how can I start and finish letter for Arabic people politely and respectably. I am writing a letter to my colleagues in Kuwait, Oman and S.A. I understand that Ramadan has just started, I know some of them go to work in the mornings and/or evenings, however I cannot wait the whole month for the answer, I need their answer sooner. I only know Ramadan Mubarak (May your Ramadan be blessed). Thank you for your help. Jan

A: I suggest you this website to send Ramadan Greeting Cards. http://www.allramadan.com Ramadan Greetings Category is: http://www.allramadan.com/categories.php?cat_id=2 You will find many other useful cards, check the other categories. I hope you find it useful! Ramadan Mubarak

what can i do to make my younger sibiling excited about the arrival of Ramadan? by Fear none but HIM Q: i have decide to bring and distribute "Ramadan Mubarak" balloons and candies ! any more brilliant ideas ? i want my younger sisters and brothers REALLY excited .

A: why not get him to google,'' slave girls owned by mohammad'' and read about the exact words of allah and his prophet? i know you are a muslim and muslims are commanded to never look anything up and always make up lies. so maybe he has google rapes done by mohammad or murders done by mohammad and knows about islam. so would you be so kind to tell us why you refuse to google rapes done by mohammad or murders done by mohammad and learn the truth about your so called prophet? please! look these up and post exactly what you learned from your god,allah and his prophet.

Ramadan Mubarak! It's the best time of the year!? by PEACE (Hijab Kitty)trolls beware Q: Are you planning on doing anything special for Ramadan? (other than fasting)

A: Ramadan Mubarak to you as well. I can't wait till Eid it is going to be awesome.

Greeting As Salaam Alaikum: Ramadan Mubarak, my question is do we eat before Fajr or after? by Bunny B Q:

A: We eat before fajr begins.. otherwise your fasting will break

Do you hear people say Ramadan Kareem more often or Ramadan Mubarak? ? by Cupcakes! ♥ ♥ Q: Both of course meaning Happy Ramadan, which one is used more? Just wondering :) btw an early Ramadan Mubarak to all my Muslim brothers and sisters. May Allah bless us during this holy month, accept all our duas, and continue increasing our imans. Ameen. :)

A: Ramadan Mubarak more often.... By the way, allow me, dear brothers and sisters to sieze this opportunity to wish you all a happy and fruitful ramadan! May Allah shower His blessings and forgiveness on all of us. May Allah guide us in our everyday life. May Allah enlighten us when we answer questions regarding Himself, His Quran, and His prophets..... Wassalaam!

Eid Mubarak, Ramadan! I want to know which nasheed is this on Peace TV? by Candee_Puffs Q: When the Da'ees come to greet us in ramadan, it sounds like ramadan al muhsineeen. IDK but its nice. let me know if you know!!First person with correct song gets BA. And if you know, the one on Let's meet Dr.zakir.

A: dr zakir is with yazid you should be with the side of holy family ....for your real salvation ... recite darood

ramadan mubarak to u all - i just wanted to ask the reverts/converts to islam how they doing in this ramadan? by muslim worshiper of 1 God Q: congrats for ur convert to islam brothers/sisters i wanted to know how r u feeling in ramadan - did u fast ? anything u say welcomed ............. and yes please star my question :))


Ramadan Mubarak :: Please would you all wish me luck and make dua for me for tomorrow......? by remona.♥ ;-* Q: Aslaamalaikum... Tomorrow is Ramadan ofcourse, and it is my first real fast ever. I really hope that Allah can make it easy for myself and others on our fasts. I feel really jealous/bad that I didn't fast when I was younger, i.e 10 or 11... and others who had it is really easy for them now. I wish you all a Ramadan Mubarak, and hope all of your troubles ease with the help of Allah, Inshallah. Oh & what things could I do for the time to pass? Idk how I can make time pass, I have no siblings.

A: wa alaykum assalam may Allah ease ur way and enable u to fullfil ur fast and may HE(swt) make it easy to u and all muslims,and ameen for ur duaa and thx for ur wish ramadan mubarak to u too as for what to do,u can always use the extra time to perform religious duty so u can earn rewards, ►as reading/listening qu'ran "and ponder the meanings of what you read and listen to, as much as you can." ►remember Allaah a great deal (dhikr) with the dhikrs narrated in the saheeh ahaadeeth, such as “Laa ilaaha ill-Allaah (there is no god except Allaah)”, “Subhaan-Allaah wa’l-hamdu Lillaah wa laa ilaaha ill-Allaah wa Allaahu akbar (Glory be to Allaah, praise be to Allaah, there is no god except Allaah and Allaah is Most Great)”, and so on. ►avoid committing sins ►perform prayers on time http://www.islam-qa.com/en/ref/14041 ►Do a lot of voluntary good actions,also u can use ur time to study the stories of the Prophets http://www.islam-qa.com/en/ref/9356 tc

Do we say Ramadan Kareem or Ramadan Mubarak? by Q: HERE IS THE ANSWER: Questioner: When the fasting person falls into a sin and he is prohibited from that sin he will say, "Ramadan Kareem". So what is the ruling concerning this phrase and what is the ruling concerning this behavior? Sheik Uthaymeen: said: The ruling concerning this is, this phrase "Ramadan Kareem" is not correct, and the only phrase that should be said is "Ramadan Mubarak" or what resembles that. Because Ramadan is not the one that gives such that it can be called generous (Kareem), rather it is only ALLAH the Exalted that put virtue in it and made it a virtuous month and made the time period for performing (the fasting) a pillar from Islam. And it is as though the one who said this thinks that due to the nobility of this month it is permissible to commit sins. And that is in opposition to what the people of knowledge have said (for they have said) that the sins are multiplied if they are done during virtuous times or noble places so this is the opposite of what this person has pictured. And they have said that it is incumbent upon the person to have Taqwaa of ALLAH the Mighty and Majestic during every time and in every place especially during virtuous times and in noble places. And ALLAH the Mighty and Majestic says {Oh you who believe fasting has been prescribed for you like it was prescribed for those before you that you may obtain Taqwaa.} So the wisdom behind the obligation of fasting is to gain Taqwaa of ALLAH the Mighty and Majestic by doing what He has ordered and avoiding what He has prohibited. And it has been established that the Prophet peace and blessing be upon him said "Whoever does not abandon falsehood in word and action, then Allah Mighty and Majestic has no need that he should leave his food and drink". Therefore fasting is worship for ALLAH and cultivation for the soul and a safeguard for it from the prohibitions of ALLAH. And it is not like this one without knowledge has said that due to the nobility of this month and its blessing, sinning is allowed in it. http://www.sahab.net/forums/showthread.php?threadid=338908 For those who do not know Shaykh 'Uthaymeen, one of the most noble Scholars may Allaah have mercy on him, here's a brief biography: http://fatwa-online.com/scholarsbiographies/15thcentury/ibnuthaymeen.htm

A: Ramadan is the name of action,sacrifice and piety and not debates of fiqh. As long as a person wishes to emphasize these highlights of Ramadan, it is alright. Kindly dont try to make life difficult for people, for Allah has made it easy. M J Iqbal

Ramadan mubarak: what are you having for iftar today? by hyper fyber Q: im invited to peoples house so i dont know yet enjoy

A: thanks for sharing ...recite darood before iftar...its blessings

Ramadan Mubarak & a little request? by Seniorita Q: First off, although it is a day or two, I want to say Ramadan Mubarak to all of you.We all have our views, but either way, we all love and believe in Allah and the Prophet Muhammed, therefore, inshallah we qualify as muslims. (Inshallah). While I hope we are all able to take advantage of this month AS MUCH AS POSSIBLE, I ask you of one favor. Can we all please do dua for the Muslim Ummah this Ramadan, and our brothers and sisters in the Middle East? May Allah ease the situations in that part of the world and again strengthen this worldwide fraternity/sorority! :) Ameen! Have a wonderful Ramadan, ask for everything and anything, here is your chance! Please star!

A: Asalamaliykum, Amin, Khair Mubaraksha/Mubarak. Pray for bros and sisters in Pakistan, I saw on TV sad things, pray for them this Ramadan. Pray for our Ummah that Allah SWT guides us and helps us (AMIN). May we become stronger and united (AMIN). I asked others to make dua as well :D. But what I saw in Pakistan and heard is so saddening, that my heart broke :'( May Allah help them all (AMIN) Take Care, have a wonderful Ramadan! Fiamanallah

Ramadan: Eid Mubarak? by BEASTfrmEAST Q: Peace be upon you all Dear brothers and sisters I just wanted to tell you Ramadan Mubarak and may Allah the creator of the heavens and earth bless us to live through ramadan and increase our knowledge and iman. Oh Allah, make white our faces (with light); and give us our books on our right; and raise our degrees in status; and make our balances heavy (on the side of good); and overlook our sins [sayee`aat] Oh Allah, Creator of the heavens and the earth; Lord of Majesty and Bounty; by Your power which does not exhaust, we ask, Oh Allah, Oh the Most Merciful Make our vision lighted by Your Book; so that our tongues will manifest (from it); and lighten our graves (with it); and by it forgive our sins [dhunoob]; and improve with it our affairs by Your mercy, oh the Most Merciful of those who show mercy Oh Allah, allow the month of Ramadan to be completed in Your pleasure; and with us attaining the success of entering Your garden waslamu alikom Peace be upon you all Hmmm.. I just noticed I said Eid- sorry about that, I meant Ramadan!!! Nassah- why would I help you if you don't want to help yourself. You know that its wrong but you don't want to put away your desires. I can discuss this to you all day but why should I if Allah the creator of the Heavens and earth placed the feeling of gilt inside you. It's like a poisoned candy, You enjoy it for a sec but will feel its effect for a while!

A: Ameen && inshallah. Alayna wa walaykum. waslamu alikom, peace upon you as well. :)

Wish you a very happy Ramadan Mubarak? by [email protected] Q: Wish you a very happy Ramadan Mubarak? May This Ramadan be as bright as ever. May this Ramadan bring joy, health and wealth to you. May the festival of lights brighten up you and your near and dear ones lives. May this Ramadan bring in u the most brightest and choicest happiness and love you have ever Wished for. May this Ramadan bring you the utmost in peace and prosperity. May lights triumph over darkness. May peace transcend the earth. May the spirit of light illuminate the world. May the light that we celebrate at Ramadan show us the way and lead us together on the path of peace and social harmony Wish you a very happy Ramadan Mubarak

Ramadan Mubarak everyone :D..? by .Human.[[^_^]] Q: AsalaamAlaikum...hope evryones well.... Ramadan Mubarak.... I have a question about fasting....are you allowed to put your head under water when you are fasting? @Shiya- Im not a brother, I wonder why people think that. Lool Yh the fasting's going great so far :D..how about yours? @ Fuzzy- Nope it not..it was about 9:04am when I posted the question..lool

A: Walaikum Salam brother. Ramadan Mubarak to you as well! :) I would say its allowed to put your head under water, just make sure not to accidentally drink any water. :) Hope the fasting is going well inshallah. God bless. Human: LOL Oh sorry, all this time I assumed you were a brother xD My Ramadan is so far so good, thanks :) Alhamdulillah that yours is going just as well, may it continue to be so inshallah. :) God bless.

Question about phrase "Ramadan Mubarak"? by Spector Q: Although I'm not Muslim, I have Muslim friends. Would it be inappropriate for me to send them the greeting/wish "Ramadan Mubarak"? Or is this acceptable behavior? THank you for your help and please, no haters. This question is asked in the spirit of compassion and the desire to understand. Thanks to everyone for your kind words and encouragement.

A: I dont see the problem. If anything if they are good freinds they would be grateful that u thought of something like this.

As-Salaamu Alaikum Ramadan Mubarak: I would like to know if you are allowed to take naps while fasting? by Q:

A: Yes. As long as the naps doesn't take up half of the fasting period, it's okay. And to correct the person above me, women can bathe during Ramadhan, or any other month for that matter.

Were you saying Ramadan mubarak or eid saeed!? by Zee MOOn MOOn Q: How many times did you say "RAMADAN MUBARAK" instead..you should have said"EiD MUBARAK/EiD SAEEEED" lol happend to me allot..i was stuck in[[ramadan]]mode :P

A: yesterday i said "Allaho Akram" for a man said "Ramadan Kareem".

how to pray Nafl (Ramadan mubarak to all)? by Khan Q: Assalamu alikim dear sisters & brothers. It's the second day of ramadan and i was thinking to pray Nafl namaz When can I read Nafl namaz? How many rakas would I pray in Nafl? What surahs should I read? (Is there spacial surahs that i should read or do I need to read the surahs that i know and memorized)

A: Asalamu aleykum Ramadan mubarak Are you asking about praying tarawih? Usually you pray Isha, then two rakats sunnah for that, then eight rakats for tarawih (you do them two at a time, say "asalamu aleykum wa rahmatullah" and then get up and to the next two) then two rakats shafa, and one witr. You can pray with any surahs you know. (During the last ten days of Ramadan you can pray additional tahajud (late night) prayers. These are wonderful.) Read more at the link below, and when you pray, please include the world, and me, in your prayers.

The new moon has been sighted for Ramadan...Ramadan Mubarak? by Zakia S Q: Ramadan Mubarak...moon was sighted on 21st August, 2009

A: Yes, Ramadan Mubarak. I found out to recently like 3 hours ago or so. InshAllah, this Ramadan Allah swt will unite, bless, and bring happiness to our lives. Ameen. and forgive our sins, InshAllah. Ameen.

Ramadan Mubarak everyone! ? by Q: What are you planning on doing this Ramadan? Any Ideas on how I can get myself hassanat this year? Thx in advance and again Ramadan Mubarak!

A: The Muslim starts his day with suhoor before Fajr prayer. It is better to delay suhoor until the latest possible time of the night. Then after that the Muslim gets ready for Fajr prayer before the adhaan. So he does wudoo' at home and goes out to the mosque before the adhaan. When he enters the mosque, he prays two rak'ahs (tahiyyat al-masjid - greeting the mosque). Then he sits and keeps busy making du'aa', or reading Qur'an, or reciting dhikr, until the muezzin gives the call to prayer. He repeats what the muezzin says, and says the du'aa' narrated from the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) to be said after the adhaan ends. Then after that he prays two rak'ahs (the regular Sunnah of Fajr), then he occupies himself with du'aa' and reading Qur'an until the iqaamah for prayer is given. He is in a state of prayer so long as he is waiting for the prayer. After offering the prayer in congregation, he recites the dhikrs that are prescribed following the salaam at the end of the prayer. After that if he wants to sit in the mosque until the sun has risen, reciting dhikr and reading Qur'an, that is preferable, and that is what the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) used to do after Fajr prayer. Then about one-quarter of an hour after the sun has risen, if he wants he can pray Duha prayer (a minimum of two rak'ahs), and that is good. Or if he wants he can delay it until the preferred time, which is when the day has grown hotter and the sun is higher in the sky that is better. Then if he wants he may sleep to prepare himself for going to work, and he can intend by sleeping to strengthen himself for worship and earning a living, so that he will be rewarded for it in sha Allah. He should also follow the etiquette of sleep that is prescribed in sharee'ah, both actions and words. Then he goes to work, and when the time for Zuhr prayer comes, he goes to the mosque early, before the adhaan or immediately after it, and he should get ready to pray beforehand. So he prays four rak'ahs with two tasleems (the regular Sunnah before Zuhr), then he keeps busy reading Qur'an until the iqaamah for prayer is given, and he prays with the congregation, then he prays two rak'ahs (the regular Sunnah after Zuhr). Then after the prayer he goes and finishes whatever of his work is left, until it is time to leave work. If there is a long time to go after finishing his work until the time for 'Asr prayer, then he can rest. But if there is not enough time and he fears that if he sleeps he will miss 'Asr prayer, then he should keep busy doing something suitable until the time for 'Asr comes, such as going to the market to buy some things that his family needs and the like, or going straight to the mosque when he has finished his work, and staying in the mosque until he has prayed 'Asr. Then after 'As, it depends on his circumstances. If he can stay in the mosque and keep busy reading Qur'an, this is a great opportunity. But if he feels tired, then he should rest at this time so that he will be ready to pray taraaweeh at night. Before the adhaan for Maghrib, he should get ready to break his fast, and he should do something at this time that will benefit him, whether reading Qur'an, making du'aa', or having a useful conversation with his wife and children. http://www.islamic-life.com/forums/ramadan/suggested-program-muslim-ramadan-313

what is Ramadan Mubarak? by Muah♥ Q: i know what ramadan is but i wanna know what mubarak means

A: Have a blessed Ramadan :) Mubarak the adjective comes from the noun Baraka. Baraka means blessing. It's like saying Merry Christmas.

Ramadan Mubarak! What goals did you set this year? by Misha Q: This is a time for spiritual and mental growth, which includes setting goals and inshallah, setting out to accomplish them.

A: -Increase my Nawafel and Sunna prayers -Read Quran with tafseer longer time -Concentrate more on useful programs in TV including Islamic programs. -Quit smoking -Think about poor persons, people who needs assistance all over the world and try to help within my capabilities. -Think about my family and relatives and try to make frequent contact with them especially in Ramadan (SILET AL RAHEM) -Think how to explain the beauty and how great is the Islam to non Muslims.

What do the words Ramadan Kareem and Ramadan Mubarak mean? by Katie C Q: Pretty self explanatory.

A: Ramadan Mubarak means Congratulations it's Ramadan...(basically) we say congrats because we are excited for this time and all the blessings it brings. Ramadan Kareem means Generous Ramadan because it is a generous time, we get many blessings and we see all the things we are to be thankful for. We also give charity during Ramadan (and should all year long). Basically the phrases are like saying Happy Ramadan.

just popping in to wish you all Ramadan Mubarak Ramadan section? by qiblatain Q:

A: Ramadan Mubarak to you to and everyone else :) salaam

Ramadan Mubarak ! :: What to do for my first fast....? by remona.♥ ;-* Q: Asalaamalaikum .. Today is my first fast ever, I woke up about 2 hours ago. Idk what I should do today for the time to pass. And, I hope I can make it through the day for the first time. Any stories or ideas? Thanks.

A: When you wake up for fajr , usually my mother is awake reading the Quran. I sit w/ her read with her or she reads to me. than after 1 hr or so , we go back to the first juzz and and mashallah she perfects the juzz i passed. -- By this time its around 10:30 am . So we start preparing the food ,like the whole family. peeling 1000000000 [ jk ] potatoes and onions for the sambosa and other food. I think ramadan is a best time to get closer to your family. help them , give your parents a kiss. Make them proud, and Inshallah they will realize they raised a good child.

What's the reply when someone wishes you "Ramadan Mubarak"? by Freakin Oblivious Q:

A: Its the same back. In arabic it's "كل سنة وانت طيب" Kill sina wa inta tayeb the reply to that it "وانت طيب" wa inta tayeb Peace

What is the date of first ramadan mubarak in 1981? by Q:

A: The first day of Ramadan 1981 was Friday July 3rd http://www.google.com/#hl=en&sugexp=ldymls&xhr=t&q=ramadan+timetable+1981&cp=21&pf=p&sclient=psy&aq=f&aqi=&aql=&oq=ramadan+timetable+1981&pbx=1&fp=dded8f20a6bb9442

Ramadan Mubarak brothers and sisters how are you? by antwan1357 Q: Peace with everyone how are you?

A: im feeling fine as ever brother! ramadhan this year has been splendid. ive been reciting the quran, doing terawif and so on which made me feel better bout myself. ramadhan has been like a training course for me, disciplining me in a way. salam and ramadhan mubarrak to u too brother

How is Ramadan celebrated in Egypt?Ramadan Mubarak! love~Tarre? by Tarre Q: This is my first Ramadan!!!! RAMADAN MUBARAK TO ALL OF YOU!

A: Ramadan Mubarak to you too,sweet Tarre :) ~*~*~ Congrautlations ,dear ~*~*~ I'm so happy for you :) Ramadan is the month of blessings & I'm sure you'll get your share too inshaa'Allah ,coz Allah is happy with you ;) :) May Allah's love touch your heart during this holy month and bring you closer to HIM and fill your life with happiness, hope, faith & satisfaction ...Ameen ~**~~**~ Congratulations~**~~**~ x

how to say ramadan mubarak (happy ramadan) in japanese, spanish, korean, franch, russian, and any you konw? by hwakwing_al Q: how to say ramadan mubarak (happy ramadan) in japanese, spanish, korean, franch, russian, and any you konw? Really need it and please answer this question if you are the people who speak THAT native language. Thank you for your attentions and may God help you all.

A: Macedonian : Среќен Рамазан Czech : šťastný ramadánu Slovak : šťastný ramadánu Lithuanian: laimingas Ramadanas Estonian: õnnelik Ramadan Azerbaijani : xoşbəxt Ramazan Dutch : gelukkige Ramadan Ukrainian : щасливого Рамадану Icelandic : hamingjusamur Ramadan Hungarian: boldog Ramadan Irish : Ramadan sásta Italian : felice Ramadan Belarusian : шчаслівага Рамадан Spanish : Feliz Ramadan Armenian : երջանիկ Ռամադան Gergian : ბედნიერი Ramadan Bulgarian : щастливи Рамадан Croatian : sretan Ramazan Romanian: Ramadan fericit German : Gerne Ramadan Latvian : laimingas Ramadanas Serbian : срећан Рамазан Slovenian : vesel Ramadan Portuguese : Ramadan feliz Finnish : onnellinen Ramadan Danish : lykkelig Ramadan Norwegian : lykkelig Ramadan Swedish : lycklig Ramadan

What is the difference between Ramadan Kareem and Ramadan Mubarak? by Q:

A: Sister, Ramadan Mubarak means Congratulations it's Ramadan...(basically) we say congrats because we are excited for this time and all the blessings it brings. Ramadan Kareem means Generous Ramadan because it is a generous time, we get many blessings and we see all the things we are to be thankful for. We also give charity during Ramadan. Salam

Ramadan Mubarak to all my brothers and sisters in Islam!? by Q: SubhanAllah, already a year has passed. Ramadan Mubarak :) ~ §alaam ♥ P.S. What's your goal for this Ramadan?

When do we stop saying Ramadan Mubarak to each other? by H.K :P - One Ummah inshAllah Q: lool on the last day of Ramadan, or in the middle, or do we stop now?? sorry this is just really puzzling me :P Ramadan Mubarak btw :D lol

A: Ramadan Mubarak Ramadan Mubarak Ramadan Mubarak Ramadan Mubarak Ramadan Mubarak Ramadan Mubarak............ok I m tired :(

Ramadan Mubarak to all my brothers and sisters: What verse of the Holy Qur'an you feel best describes you? by FTL Q: Yeah, i know it is a weird question........ Ramadan Mubarak again to all my brothers and sisters.........

A: Asalamu Alaykum brother. رمضان كريم "And walk not on the earth with conceit and arrogance. Verily, you can neither tear apart nor penetrate the earth, nor can you attain a stature like the mountains in height."( Holy Quran 17:37) May Allah (SWT) bring you a very blessed Ramadan and allows you to achieve Allah's pleasure and purify yourself during this holy month.

How would you wish 'Ramadan Mubarak' in Korean and a 'Happy Eid' in Korean script? by samy_ere Q: I need this for a project I'm working on. I need Ramadan Mubarak & Eid Mubarak in Korean script. Any help would be much appreciated. Thanks.

A: Ramadan is 라마단 [ra-ma-dan; rah-mah-dan]. Eid would be 이드 [i-deu; ee-duh]. "Have a happy X" / "I wish you a good X" / "X mubarak" is normally 즐겨운 라마단이 되길 바래. (informal) [jeul-gyeo-un ra-ma-da-ni dwoe-gil ba-rae] Hope you have a good Ramadan. 즐겨운 이드가 되길 바래. (informal) [jeul-gyeo-un i-deu-ga dwoe-gil ba-rae] Hope you have a good Eid. To make it more formal, change 바래 for 빕니다 [bim-ni-da], I wish you a... (formal).

RAMADAN MUBARAK !? by Letsz HUG iiT out betch. Q: How is going so far for you guys? Iam hanging in there. really hungry craving for a burrito lol

A: El 7amdllah Ramadan Mubarak may Allah bless us in this holy month

Ramadan mubarak!!!!!!!? by Essien Q: There is no word as beautiful as Allah? is there ever example as beautiful as Rasulallah? is there ever lesson as beautiful as Islam ? is there ever song as melodious as Azan? is there ever charity as meaningful as Zakat? is there ever encyclopedia as perfect as Al Quran? is there ever exercise as perfect as Namaz ? is there ever diet as perfect as fasting? is there ever journey as perfect as Hajj? http://www.ramadankareem.co.za/assets/images/Ramadan.gif

A: ramadan mubarak there is no blessing as being blessed by God to see the true islam beware of the trolls

Ramadan Mubarak? by ♥CaLi GuRl♥ Q: sorry if it is kinda late...... but ramadan mubarak!!!!!! click here to view an ecard: http://www.123greetings.com/cgi-bin/newcreate/newpreview.pl

A: Thanks a lot and same to you too and hope you haev a very blessed Holy Ramadhan

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