• Islam
    it’s not a big deal. I think these two religions are very similar in a way because they are very humble and spiritual with the divine. Within this essay I will attempt to explain the basic ideas and beliefs of the religion Islam.  The founder or first prophet was a man known as Muhammad.  Muhammad was...
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  • Muslim and Hindu Wedding Ceremony - Similarities and Differences
    contractual agreements, whereas Hindu marriages are perceived to be sacrilegious. This essay compares and contrasts the various aspects of both Islamic and Hindu wedding ceremonies. For each aspect, the essay examines the Islamic tradition and in turn the corresponding Hindu wedding ritual. BODY: ...
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  • An Indepth Study; 5 Pillars of Islam
    is no god but Allah and Muhammad is His servant and Messenger; to establish Salah, to give Zakat, performance of Hajj and fasting in the month of Ramadan’’. This well known and widely transmitted saying of the Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) composes the very essence of Islam, being built by five fundamental...
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  • Nursing document
    expression and practice of their Islamic faith throughout the duration of their illness (Charles & Daroszewski, 2012). Consequentially, the ensuing academic essay will aim to not only describe the applicable nursing care and assessment of thirty-eight year old Mrs Katijah Ahmed, but to also discuss the nursing...
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  • Culture-Samoei
    across this essay that holds particular interest for me. I am not an academic but have lived in different countries and am still living now in the Middle East and what I can offer is empirical analysis on society and the economy. I too have written a short and necessarily lacking essay on social development...
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  • World Religion Report
    which is a ritual bath that is similar to baptism. Candidates immerse themselves into the mikveh along with a Rabbi as a cleansing ritual and receive blessings. Finally the candidate will be presented to the congregation in a public ceremony where they will give a speech about what they have learned and why...
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  • Life
    History Of Ramadan Ramadan is the 9th month of the Islamic year (which is lunar) and marks the anniversary of more than one significant event. It was during Ramadan that the Koran was first revealed to the Prophet Muhammad. According to legend, he was sitting alone in the wilderness when suddenly...
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  • Food and Culture
    across the globe. There are religious groups that practice abstinence or are restricted to consume certain foods and drinks during holy days, such as Ramadan for Muslims; while there are other religious sects that incorporate food preparation processes with religious rituals. Early biblical reference such...
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  • A Blessing Day
    A blessing day As a day of 30 blessing days of Ramadan, the amazing actions and characteristics of it that we wait eagerly every year. The fasting, the waking at night to eat and pray Fajer. How beautiful the sound of Quraan in Fajer prayer and before breakfasting, the gathering of the family, and ...
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  • Preparing for Ramadan
    As Ramadan is almost here it’s a good chance to discuss a major point like preparing ourselves to be ready for it . In this holy month all Muslims set up themselves in many different ways to be ready for the month-long period of fasting which is obligatory for all Muslims who have reached the aged...
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  • how sawm shows devotion to god
    word "Ramadan" comes from the Arabic root word for "parched thirst" and "sun-baked ground." It is expressive of the hunger and thirst felt by those who spend the month in fasting. As opposed to other holidays, when people often indulge, Ramadan is by nature a time of sacrifice.The month of Ramadan is sacred...
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  • Ramadan Facts
    10 Points about Ramadan There are many important things to understand when fasting during the holy month of Ramadan to be able to take the maximum benefit from the wisdom and teachings we may gain during this blessed month. Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) stated that – Don’t the day of fasting be the same as...
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  • Ramadan
     Ramadan and fasting "Assalamu 'Alaikum" "A'uudhubillaahi mina-sh shaytaani-r rajeem, Bismillaahi-r Rahmaani-r Raheem "Al Hamdu Lillahi Rabbil 'Alameen." "Wa-ssalatu was-salamu 'alaSayyidinaa Muhammad wa 'ala aalihi wa Sahbihi ajma’een." In the name...
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  • Fasting in Ramadan
    Ramadan holds a unique position in the hearts and minds of our community. It is a special time of the year where the blessings of Allah are abundantly bestowed upon the believers. The whole community fasts with such enthusiasm that any outsider would think that they are nuts! Every evening, the mosques...
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  • Constitution and change
    Ramadan was a pretty blessed month for me. Ramadan is my favorite time of the year ofcourse after Eid. Ramadan unites all the muslims in the community and brings them together. Like in ramadan, I went to the masjid for tarawih almost every day and I would see all my friends there...
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  • The Five Questions of Angel Gabriel
    Messenger of Allah (peace and blessings be upon him), a man suddenly appeared. He wore pure white clothes and his hair was dark black—yet there were no signs of travel on him, and none of us knew him. He came and sat down in front of the Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him), placing his knees...
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  • Ramadan
    The holy month of Ramadan Ramadan Is the ninth month of the Islamic Calendar. The word Ramadan is derived from the arabic word 'al-Ramz' which signifies "to burn." Ramadan burns the sins of the one who fasts in it, and who engages in pious deeds in abundance. This helps to burn the sins, hence the name...
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  • 5 Pillars of Islam
    Allah."  This lets people know that you are a Muslim and that you acknowledge that it is Allah who is the One who has given you life and all the blessings in your life. It is Muhammad who was sent to show us how to worship Allah and is the best example to mankind. He is the last and final of all the...
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  • Ramadan Text
    Holy Koran [ 2:150 ] Wishing you all the blessings from Allah and praying for a blessed Ramadan e is the one GOD; the Creater, the Initiate, the Designer. To Him belong the most beautiful names… He is the Almighty, Most Wise. Wishing you a blessed Ramadan..! As the candle light flame, Ur life...
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  • best works
    Next I am going to tell you about Ramadan, which ends with the most important feast called Eid-ul-Fitr. Ramadan is the 9th month of the Islamic lunar calendar. It is a month of blessing marked by prayer, fasting and charity. Muslims believe that during the month of Ramadan, Allah revealed the first verses...
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