Monday, September 01, 2008

Reposting of What Ramadan Means to Me

What Ramadan means to me is that Ramadan is a holy month; it is the month that the Quran came to earth. In Ramadan you have to be kind to people and you can't swear or say bad words or lie. And you have to pay the poor people. The most important thing is that you have to fast .But if you are too young or pregnant or if your traveling to far places or if you are old. And you can eat when it's time for the Maghreb prayer.

What I like about Ramadan is the food! I like the Futoor food and the dessert. I like cheese sambosas and Lukimat!

In Ramadan you have to read a lot of Quran. There is a special prayer in Ramadan that is called the Taraweeh prayer that you pray after the Isha'a prayer.

When you are fasting, you can wake up early in the morning before the Fajr prayer and eat but you do not have to but it is better. It is better to eat at Suhoor: toast, cereal, banana, sandwich, milk, water and do not eat anything that makes you thirsty.

Samar Al Ansari
Grade 5D
Dec 22, 1998

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