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Ramadan Guide for Non-Muslim, Do's and Dont's

Ramadan is the annual observance of our brothers and sisters in Islam to which the revelation of Qur'an was made to Prophet Mohammed.

This begins at the ninth month of the Islamic Lunar Calendar and a visual sighting of the last full moon. The moon sighting is done by a committee from Makkah in Saudi Arabia.

"Will likely to start on 27th of May and expected to end on 24th of June."
As part of the 5 Pillars of Islam, Muslims all over the world abstain from all physical needs during the daylight such as food, drink, and more. This is the time to concentrate and give attention to God and observe sacrifice and self-discipline.

Fasting is a way of purifying or cleansing one's self and soul form the distraction of everyday life and redirect attention to God. Not only in eating or drinking, it is also a time to self-evaluate of the wrong doings in speech and actions. It's not about losing weight.

It is a time to promote generosity. This is also a reminder …

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