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Celebration of Eid-ul-Azha amidst Corona pandemic and restrictions

Eid-ul-Azha, the festival of sacrifice is the second of the two Islamic festivals celebrated world-wide. However, in the backdrop of Corona pandemic and several restrictions imposed by the Government, the Sharia Council of Jamaat-e-lslami Hind has appealed the Muslim community to follow its guidelines while celebrating Eid-ul-Azha. Quoting Hadith regarding …

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If sacrifice not possibel Muslims can donate money to poor on Eid-ul-Azha, says Hyderabad seminary

Hyderabad — Muslims, who can’t sacrifice sheep or cattle on Eid-ul-Azha this time due to the Covid-19 situation, can donate the equivalent amount to the poor, according to a decree issued by a leading Islamic seminary in Hyderabad. With less than four weeks to go for the festival of sacrifice and …

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Indian Muslim Don’t come out of homes on Shab-e-Barat, urges Delhi Police

New Delhi, April 5 : The Delhi Police on Sunday advised people not to come out of their homes to celebrate Shab-e-Barat on April 8 and 9 in view of the nationwide lockdown due to cornavirus crisis and warned of stern action against lockdown violators. Shab-e-Barat is observed by the …

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Ramadan: Season to reflect and renew

As one progresses on the spiritual path towards the final destination hereinafter, he faces many obstructions preventing him to be presentable to the Almighty. As humans, we fail, falter and often jaded requiring to be rejuvenated and develop new foliage. Month of Ramadan aims to purify through fasting and penance, …

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Irresistible Ramzan sweets you must try this Iftar!

The month of fasting and feasting of the Islamic religion is here and we cannot wait to delve into the delicious iftar delicacies. This fasting period of 30 days also includes the Suhoor and Iftar meals. Long hours of fasting in Ramadan is followed by a lavish meal, which is …

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Health advice you can borrow from the Ramadan diet

“I forgot to have lunch yesterday but compensated with a drink and burger at dinner,” said my colleague. Given the huge gap between her breakfast and dinner, I wondered if this was the right thing to eat. Not at all, says Neda Anas Nizar, Consultant Nutritionist at Dieture Healthy Gourmet, …

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Dublin hotel praised for laying on 2.30am breakfast buffet for fasting Muslim

© Provided by Independent Digital News & Media Limited A hotel in Dublin has been praised for its treatment of a Muslim guest who was fasting for Ramadan. This month, Muslims around the globe are observing Ramadan, a period of deep spiritual reflection and fasting that takes place every year. …

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Why Ramadan is called Ramadan: 6 questions answered

Mohammad Hassan Khalil, Michigan State University Why is Ramadan called Ramadan? Ramadan is the ninth month of the Islamic lunar calendar, and lasts either 29 or 30 days, depending on when the new crescent moon is (or should be) visible. The Arabic term Ramadan connotes intense heat. It seems that …

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While Enes Kanter is Observing Ramadan, the World Will Be Watching Him

On Monday, around 4 a.m., Enes Kanter will wake up, eat a light breakfast of yogurt, fruit and peanut butter, and drink as much water as he can. Then for the roughly 16 hours between sunrise and sunset in Portland, Ore., the center for the Portland Trail Blazers will abstain …

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