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Culture and Traditions,

A Journey Alongside the Spirit of Ramadan

Every year, more than 1.4 billion Muslims all around the world celebrate the holy month of Ramadan. They fast from sunrise to sunset, for thirty days, in celebration of the first revelation of the Quran to the Prophet Mohammad (PBUH). But Ramadan isn’t just a celebration; it is a time to feel with the poor and to humble one’s self in front of God, to thank him for his virtues and blessings. Ramadan is a very lovable month, and since it only occurs once a year, it is celebrated widely in different ways, in each part of the globe. What

Arts and Crafts,

Need Survival Music for the Last 15 Days of Ramadan?

So, we’re 15 days into Ramadan! That means 15 days of struggle. Not only do we struggle with thirst and hunger, but even our ears and tongues struggle. Ramadan is the month of spiritual struggle, a month in which Muslims fast from food, drink, and all things that may or may not anger God. This means we’re fasting from gossip, hearsay, selfishness, greed, lust, and most importantly; MUSIC! Yes, you read that correctly. Most music these days contain words, thoughts, or beliefs that many consider haram to listen to. Although some Islamic schools consider these types of music to be haram all months