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Eid Mubarak.....^_^

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  • Eid Mubarak.....^_^

    Each year, Islamic and Arab nation well

    And Muslims all over the world to the health and happiness

    Eid-Al-Fitr is one of the major holidays of Islam. It comes at the end of the holy month of Ramadan and celebrates the end of the fasting. The holiday comes on the first day of the 10th month in the Islamic lunar calendar.

    Because the month of Ramadan is all about fasting, Eid-Al-Fitr is all about NOT fasting. During Ramadan, Muslims have not eaten while the Sun is in the sky. On Eid-Al-Fitr, they celebrate the end of Ramadan with a sweet snack and then get ready for a day of celebration.

    On this day, Muslims are encouraged to dress in their best clothes and attend a special Eid prayer at their neighborhood mosque. Before the prayer begins, Muslims make an alms payment (the Zakat al Fitr) Corner of the five pillars of Islam
    Such as prayer and fasting
    Take money from the rich and the poor are given
    Thereby achieving social solidarity in Islam

    for the month of Ramadan, in the form of food or its cash equivalent. This food and / or money is then distributed to the poor. After the special religious service, the focus turns to gift-giving. Children are given many gifts. Women get gifts from their loved ones. Also on this day, people are encouraged to settle feuds or disputes, especially those between family members.

    Eid Al-Fitr means "Feast of Fast-Breaking." It is often celebrated during three days, with the first day marking the end of Ramadan.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f5Uzc_G542E NATIVE DEEN -- Small Deeds


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    Then back to imposing, converting, subduing, dhimmifying, enslaving, or killing the kafirs!!!! Gotta follow the example of Muhammad like good little Muslims!
    Joh 8:36 So if the Son sets you free, you will be free indeed. [NIV]

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    • #3
      Clean on the outside. Dirty within.

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        Originally posted by yasoooo View Post
        Each year, Islamic and Arab nation well

        And Muslims all over the world to the health and happiness

        Eid-Al-Fitr is one of the major holidays of Islam. It comes at the end of the holy month of Ramadan and celebrates the end of the fasting. The holiday comes on the first day of the 10th month in the Islamic lunar calendar.

        Because the month of Ramadan is all about fasting, Eid-Al-Fitr is all about NOT fasting. During Ramadan, Muslims have not eaten while the Sun is in the sky. On Eid-Al-Fitr, they celebrate the end of Ramadan with a sweet snack and then get ready for a day of celebration.

        On this day, Muslims are encouraged to dress in their best clothes and attend a special Eid prayer at their neighborhood mosque. Before the prayer begins, Muslims make an alms payment (the Zakat al Fitr) Corner of the five pillars of Islam
        Such as prayer and fasting
        Take money from the rich and the poor are given
        Thereby achieving social solidarity in Islam

        for the month of Ramadan, in the form of food or its cash equivalent. This food and / or money is then distributed to the poor. After the special religious service, the focus turns to gift-giving. Children are given many gifts. Women get gifts from their loved ones. Also on this day, people are encouraged to settle feuds or disputes, especially those between family members.

        Eid Al-Fitr means "Feast of Fast-Breaking." It is often celebrated during three days, with the first day marking the end of Ramadan.
        http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f5Uzc_G542E NATIVE DEEN -- Small Deeds


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        https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hy8cpdkS1ZQ
        Your Ramadan is not true fasting. Muslims like to say they are imitating Jesus and Moses as both fasted for 40 days. But Jesus and Moses fasted 40 days and NIGHTS, eating or drinking NOTHING. They did not break their fast at night. It is well known that Muslims usually consume MORE calories during their month of "fasting" than they do any other time of year.

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          Originally posted by TheMatrixHasU71 View Post

          Your Ramadan is not true fasting. Muslims like to say they are imitating Jesus and Moses as both fasted for 40 days. But Jesus and Moses fasted 40 days and NIGHTS, eating or drinking NOTHING. They did not break their fast at night. It is well known that Muslims usually consume MORE calories during their month of "fasting" than they do any other time of year.
          You die without water after 3 weeks. Maybe God miraculously sustained kept Jesus and Moses. But that doesn't apply to regular Muslims. We dont get special protection. That's why Muslims break the fast in the evening.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by sk0rpi0n View Post

            You die without water after 3 weeks. Maybe God miraculously sustained kept Jesus and Moses. But that doesn't apply to regular Muslims. We dont get special protection. That's why Muslims break the fast in the evening.
            I just wanted to say its nice to have a Muslim here who knows how to have a decent civilized polite discussion. Thank you and God bless

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