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Every year, Hindu expatriate Jaideep Sai Naidu joins festivities and celebrations marking the start of the holy fasting month of Ramadan with his Muslim friends in the United Arab Emirates.
As the majority of Muslims worldwide prepare to welcome Ramadan on Saturday, May 27, many eyes are fixed on calendars to check fasting hours in their countries, witnessing a huge difference between countries with longest and shortest fasting hours.
Filipino Muslims will celebrate the beginning of the holy fasting month of Ramadan on Saturday, May 27, following announcement that the new moon was not sighted on Thursday, 29th of Shaaban.
With the month of Ramadan quickly approaching, Muslims around the world prepare for a month of spiritual cleansing and self-reflection. The month offers opportunities to reinvigorate one’s relationship with the creator, bolster faith, and interact with family, friends, and community.
As Muslims around the world prepare for the festive season of Ramadan, a UN World Food Program is launching two fundraising campaigns to urge fasting Muslims to donate and prevent famine in Yemen and support Syrian refugees in Lebanon.
It is well above 30° Celsius and we are making our way through Aung Mingalar, a Muslim getto in the port city of Sittwe, Burma.
For Muslims around the world, preparing for the long days that mark a summer Ramadan means gathering food for suhoor and iftar, planning menus, teaching children the true meaning of fasting, and ensuring one’s own fast and spiritual journey during this most holy of months is fulfilling and rewarding.
Manchester City’s Muslim superstar Yaya Toure and his agent, Dimitri Seluk, have promised to donate £100,000 to help the victims of Monday's suicide bomb attack at Manchester Arena.
As the holy fasting month of Ramadan knocks the doors, hundreds of millions of Muslims worldwide are anticipating any news about the start of the fast.
The Supreme Court has called on all Muslims in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to sight the crescent of the holy month of Ramadan on Thursday evening, 29 Sha'ban, corresponding to May 25.