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Fadiyah Sameh
Fadiyah Sameh
Posted: 2015-06-29

Muharram Muharram is the first Islamic month of Islam. The Islamic year begins on the first day of Muharram and in which Hazrat Muhammad (SAW) emigrated from Mecca to Medina (AD July 16, 622) counted year from the year of the Hegira. The new Islamic year remained relatively calm, with prayers and readings and reflection on the AH. Rabi-ul-awal Rabi-ul-awal is the third Islamic month. In this month the birthday of Hazrat Muhammad (SAW) is celebrated. It is set on the 12th day of Rabi I in the Islamic calendar. Mawlid anniversary means a holy figure and al-Nabi means prophet. The day is commemorated with the memory of the life on Hazrat Muhammad SAW). Muslim fundamentalists, as the Wahhabi sect do not celebrated this day. Ramadan Ramadan is the 9th month of Islam. In this month Muslim keeps fasting. This is the peace month for every Muslim. In these 29-30 days time Muslims keeps fasting and perform Tarawih. Eid-Al-Fitr After the Ramadan, Muslims says prayers on 1st shawal. Eid-al-fitr is the major Islamic holidays of the Islam. In Eid-al-fitar Muslims wears decorated clothes and children collect Eid from their parents and as well as their close relatives. Eid-Al-Adha After the two month in Eid-ul-Adha Muslims sacrifices their animals in the way of Allah. In this Eid Muslims divided meat to the poor peoples. A sense of generosity and recognition work colors festivities. ALTHOUGH charity and good deeds are always in Islam important, they have special significance at the end of Ramadan. As the month draws to a close, Muslims are obligated to share their blessings by feeding the poor and contributions to mosques. Hajj One of the two major Islamic celebrations begins Eid al-Adha on the 10th day of Dhul Hijjah-in the last month of the Islamic calendar. In a three-day comes at the end of the annual pilgrimage, or hajj. Celebrating Muslims around the world, not only those companies the Hajj, which is for most Muslims a case of once a lifetime. The festival is celebrated by sacrificing a lamb or other animal and distributing the meat to family, friends and the poor. The sacrifice symbolizes obedience to Allah and distribution to others is an expression of generosity, one of the five pillars of Islam.

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