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Ten Great Facts About Ramadan

The Blessd month is the holy month of Ramadan, which we await year after year to fill us with its blessings, mercy and light that fills our hearts and makes us live a wonderful state of faith through fasting, prayer and keenness on diligence and obedience to it in order to obtain the satisfaction of the God SWT, may May Allah be exalted, and through this article we will present ten facts about Ramadan

Ten facts About Ramadan

Ten Facts About Ramadan

  1. In the Hijri calendar, the month of Ramadan is considered the ninth month in the Hijri months, and it is a month of special status for us as Muslims in which the Quran was revealed to the Prophets and the may God’s prayers and peace be upon him, when the revelation came down to him in the Cave of Hira and the first verses of the Great Quran were read to him: “Read In the name of your Lord who created” on the Night of Qadr, which we seek it the odd nights of the last ten days of Ramadan.
  2. The meaning of the name Ramadan came from alRamad, which is the intensity of the heat that Means very hot.
  3. One of the most beautiful acts of worship in the month of Ramadan after fasting is the Tarawih prayer. It is a supererogatory prayer that we pray in Ramadan, the time of which begins from after the Ishaa prayer until dawn, and the description of this prayer is that it is two by two, and then it is ended with the rak’ah of the witr. The Messenger of God, may God’s prayers and peace be upon him, said: “Whoever spends Ramadan fast with faith and in the hope of reward, his previous sins will be forgiven.”
  4. In Paradise there are eight gates; one of them called Al-Rayyan, through which those who fast will enter on the Day of Resurrection, and none other than them will enter it.’
  5. In the month of Ramadan, the devils are shackled, the gates of Paradise are opened and the gates of Hell are closed, and on the authority of Abu Hurairah, may God be pleased with him, he said: The Messenger of God, may God’s prayers and peace be upon him, said: Abu Hurairah narrated that : the Messenger of Allah said: “On the first night of the month of Ramadan, the Shayatin are shackled, the jinns are restrained, the gates of the Fires are shut such that no gate among them would be opened. The gates of Paradise are opened such that no gate among them would be closed, and a caller calls: ‘O seeker of the good; come near!’ and ‘O seeker of evil; stop! For there are those whom Allah frees from the Fire.’ And that is every night.”
  6. Thirst during fasting leads to the secretion of two hormones that help convert glycogen into glucose, which works to supply the body with energy, and thirst during fasting increases the secretion of antidiuretic hormone, which may have an important role in strengthening memory and improving the ability to learn.
  7. Fasting helps to strengthen the immune system and increases the efficiency and activity of the liver and muscles
  8. During the last ten days of Ramadan, Muslims celebrate Laylat al-Qadr, the holiest night of the year, in commemoration of the night on which the Holy Qur’an was revealed to the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him).
  9. On the last of Ramadan there is a big celebration called ‘Eid ul-Fitr the greeting is Eid Mubarak
  10. You can express your best wishes for the month of Ramadan by saying “Ramadan Kareem” or “Ramadan Mubarak.”