Ramadan 2021 began on the evening of April 13 and will end on the evening of May 12.Ramadan is the time of year when Muslims around the world prepare to fast.Some Muslim celebrities in Nigeria have taken to social media to post pictures and messages indicating that they are fasting and observing Ramadan.
The most anticipated Holy Month of the muslim faithfuls is finally here.Ramadan is a sacred month where muslims pray to Allah for the forgiveness of their sins and also give alms.This month, muslims are expected to live righteous as they fast and pray to Almighty Allah for his grace upon their lives.
I will like to share with you seven Ramadan habits of the Prophet (saw). 1. IFTAAR The Prophet (pbuh) said You will be in a good shape, Allah (swt) will bless and honour you when the time if Iftaar comes and you hasten to break your fast rather than delay it. According to the Sunnah of the Prophets (pbuh), when it's time of Magrib he usually take some dates or water before proceeding to observe saalat Magrib. So Let's not delay the time of Iftaar but we rather break the fast as at when due. 2. DUA'A Prophet
To all Muslims, everyone knows the holy month of Ramadan is back in 2 days, as every Muslims regard the month as the holiest month of all.Ramadan is one of the 5 pillars of Islam and it's compulsory on all healthy Muslims.This year Ramadan will commence on April 12 and will conclude on May 12, 2021.
What is Ramadan?
Muslims across Nigeria have begun the Ramadan Fast and so many persons are taking the time to reflect and be sober.Nollywood Actor Ibrahim Yekini has come out on social media to talk about the Ramadan Fast Ibrahim Yekini on his social media handle, Instagram, said that the Ramadan period is a about losing sin and not losing weight.
The Muslims around the world began the holy month of Ramadan today the 13th of Ramadan.Ramadan is a very vital part of the Islamic faith which makes up the five pillars of Islam of the Muslim faith.The beginning of the month of Ramadan is a very big celebration which Muslims do not joke with.
Ramadan: We Must Recommit Ourselves To Unity, Brotherhood And Peace – Osinbajo As the Ramadan fast progresses, Vice President Yemi Osinbajo, SAN, has called on Muslim faithful in Nigeria to rededicate themselves to higher virtues of kindness, love, and generosity towards each other, regardless of faith or ethnicity.
Nigerian superstar and professional footballer Odion Jude Ighalo who now play as a striker for Saudi Al Shabab has hailed all Muslims around the world for the 2021 Ramadan.Ramadan is a 30 day exercise being observed by many Muslims all over the world.It is also an annual event.
More than 1 billion Muslims around the world, that’s, about 25 per cent of the world’s population are currently engaging in the largest communal fast the world sees each year.Muslims will fast from sunup to sundown and that includes abstaining from food, drink, alcohol, marital relations and other vices, such as smoking, and participating more in prayer and giving during the month.
Ramadan Mubarak means, have a blessed Ramadan.Ramadan Kareem means, have a generous Ramadan.Ramadan is the ninth month of the Islamic calender observed by Muslims worldwide as a month of fasting, prayer, reflection and community.A commemoration of Muhammad's first Revelation.
Sultan of Sokoto announces start of Ramadan.The Sultan of Sokoto, Alhaji Sa’ad Abubakar III, has announced the commencement of 2021 Ramadan for Muslims in Nigeria.He made the announcement on Monday evening while appearing on a LIVE broadcast on NTA.According to reports, the sultan received news of the new moon sighting from the Nigerian Supreme Council for Islamic Affairs (NSCIA).
Ramadan has just started and many reputable fellows are already identifying with fellow Muslims.Ramadan which is also spelt Ramazan, Ramzan etc is the ninth month of the Islamic calendar when Muslims worldwide observe fasting, prayer, reflection and community.Ramadan lasts for 30 days with consistent prayer and fasting.
"Ramadan will probably start on Monday, 12th April" that was what UAE moon-sighting committee said.The Muslims brothers and sisters will observe their fasting in the holy month for about 29 or 30 days depending on the Islamic (Hijri) calendar.During the month of Ramadan, Muslims will neither eat nor drink during the hours of daylight, the children are not expected to fast until they reach the stage of puberty.
Arsenal a big club not just big in terms of capacity but they are big in terms of fans base.Arsenal FC is a club in England.It competes locally with Chelsea and Tottenham.Ramadan is the time of fasting as commanded in the holy Quran.This year's Ramadan started today and Arsenal FC isn't slack in wishing its fans across the world a beautiful Ramadan.
The Vic- President of Nigeria "Yemi- Osinbajo is very happy for the Islamic religion, Osinbajo said, The Season of Ramadan is to show love and kindness to one another, Both christians and muslim were created by Almighty God and the period of Ramadan is to show love and kindness to Humanity.
A time to purify our hearts and souls, a time to be freed from all sins, a time to establish a deep connection with Allah and that time is coming very soon!Are you ready for Ramadan?Make this Ramadan the turning point to change your life.
1 The naming of Ramadan was derived from Arabic root "ar-ramad" which mean scorching heat.2 Ramadan was first celebrated on the Grerorian year 1938 October 25 3 The common practices on Ramadan is to fast from down to sunset , aside fasting, Muslims also devote more time to improving their self-discipline and acts of charity during Ramadan.
Saudi And Some Other Muslim Nations Starts 2021 Ramadan On Tuesday.Muslims across the world as been in scurry to observe the sacred month of Ramadan which is known as favored month in which the heavenly Qur'an was uncovered to Prophet Muhammad (Peace Be Upon Him).It was said that the blessed fasting month of Ramadan starts on Tuesday, in Saudi Arabia and some other Muslim nations as it was before declared by the Muslim chiefs in every country.
No doubt, Ramadan is just a few Weeks to us now, and we know it a month that is full of blessings, every moment count in Ramadan we can't afford to lose.