Ramadan 2017

Ramadan 2017

A crescent moon marking the beginning of Ramadan in Bahrain, in Manama at sunset can be seen on the palm trees
Observed by Muslims
Religious Type
Community Iftar parties, celebrations and community prayer
Rituals
Fasting (fasting)
Zakat and Sadaqah (alms giving)
Tarawih prayers
Reading
Abstaining from all evil, and remain humble
1 is the start of Ramadan
29, or 30 Ramadan ends
Date variable (Islamic lunar calendar below)
2017 May 27 - June 24 (Umm Al-Qura) [1] [2]
On 16 May 2018 - 14 June [1]
On 6 May 2019 - 3 June [1]
Frequency every 12 moon (lunar month)
The Eid al-Fitr, Laylat al-Qadr
Ramadan (/ ˌræmədɑːn /; Arabic: Ramadan Ramadan, IPA: [Ramadan], [note 1] and Ramadan, the month is the ninth month of Ramadan or Ramathan as Romanized of) Islamic calendar, [3] and is celebrated by Muslims fast (fast) to make Mohammad to commemorate the revelation of the Quran to the Islamic faith throughout the world as a month. [4] [5] This annual observance is regarded as one of the five pillars of Islam. [6] According to various biographical accounts compiled in this way, lasts 29-30 days depending on the month, the moon visual look. [7] [8]

The word comes from the Arabic root means during the heat or dryness or alrhyq- ramiḍa ramaḍ. [9] fasting are in travel, disease, elderly, pregnant, going through breastfeeding, diabetes or menstrual blood of these people leaving, fardh for adult Muslims (obligatory). [10] In the second year of fasting month of Ramadan, was obliged in the fasting month of Muslims had migrated to Medina from Mecca. Living in Mecca timetable regions with the verdict announcement issued Muslims as the midnight sun or the polar night is a natural process, [11] but it should follow the opinion accepted as normal in these areas Muslims should follow the schedule of the country which can be identified by day and night. [12]

Whilst fasting from dawn to sunset, Muslims, eat liquid food, smoking, drinking, and refrain from engaging in sex. Muslims are false speech as sinful behavior (insults, backbiting, cursing, lying, etc.) and will negate the reward of fasting are instructed to refrain from fighting. [13] eating and drinking from dawn and sunset are served daily, after sunset. [14] [15] spiritual rewards. (Reward) are also believed to be multiplied within the month of fasting. [16] During Ramadan, Muslims fast for the offering usually includes an increase of prayer and recitation.