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Australia Ramadan: the feast for the breaking of the fast fixed for Sunday

00:22  23 may  2020
00:22  23 may  2020 Source:   europe1.fr

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 Iran: the end of Ramadan celebrated on Sunday and Monday © Provided by Le Point The feast of Fitr, marking the end of Ramadan, must be celebrated, a rare occurrence, on two different days in Iran: Sunday or Monday depending on the religious authorities followed by the faithful. Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, supreme guide of the Islamic Republic, announced on Saturday evening on his official website that Eid el-Fitr is falling this year on Sunday.

Ramadan or Ramazan is the ninth month of the Islamic calendar, observed by Muslims worldwide as a month of fasting (sawm), prayer, reflection and community.

During the entire month of Ramadan , Muslims are obligated to fast (Arabic: صوم‎, sawm; Persian: روزہ, roza), every day from dawn to sunset (or from dawn to night according to some scholars).

L'Aïd el-Fitr, la fête de la rupture du jeûne qui marque la fin du mois sacré de ramadan dans la religion musulmane, aura lieu dimanche. La prière ne pourra néanmoins pas avoir lieu dans les mosquées, en raison de l'épidémie de coronavirus. © AFP Eid al-Fitr, the feast for the breaking of the fast which marks the end of the holy month of Ramadan in the Muslim religion, will take place on Sunday. Prayer cannot be held in mosques, however, due to the coronavirus epidemic.

Eid el-Fitr, the feast for the breaking of the fast which marks the end of the holy month of Ramadan, will take place on Sunday, the French Council for Muslim Worship (CFCM) announced on Friday evening. He recalled that because of the "pandemic context", the prayer of Eid could not take place in the mosques .

A federation that is a component of the CFCM, the Rassemblement des Muslims de France, "calls for celebrating Eid prayer at home, individually or collectively in the restricted family circle". As since the beginning of containment, in fact, the mosques are still closed. Ramadan, the fourth pillar of Islam, which began in France on April 24, , was lived for the most part at home, the Muslim authorities advising against any gathering.

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RAMADAN , the ninth month of the Islamic calendar, is being observed by Muslims then celebrate with a 24-hour celebration involving family and friends called the feast of Eid al-Fitr. All Muslims who have reached puberty are expected to fast during Ramadan , although there are some exceptions.

The feast marks the breaking of the fast during the holy month of Ramadan . Raised Catholic, she converted to Islam 17 years ago. Kerry Swift stands in the kitchen of her Georgia home, warming food and setting out cutlery for her guests. Another humid summer day in the South nears its end.

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Religious ceremonies with the public will not resume until June

The CFCM also notes in its press release "the recommendation of the medical and scientific authorities and public authorities" to resume religious ceremonies with the public "in June, to better analyze the effects of the lifting of confinement on May 11 on the health situation in our country".

The CFCM determine each year the start and end dates of Ramadan on the basis of the observation of the lunar crescent, in accordance with the choice made by the main Arab-Muslim countries. Eid el-Fitr, or Eid el-Seghir (small festival) is one of the two most solemn dates of the Muslim calendar with the other Eid, Eid el-Kebir, the great festival or celebration of sacrifice. It is traditionally an occasion for family celebratory meals, visits to loved ones and the exchange of gifts.

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Photos: A perfect feast to break the fast . This week brings the end of the holy month of Ramadan , a 30- day fast practiced by many of the 1.8 billion The end of Ramadan is ushered in by Eid al-Fitr, a one- to three- day celebration abounding with culinary treats including sweet dishes like baklava and

He has fasted every day of Ramadan since he was 9 years old. I chafe at the imposed restrictions sometimes because, with 21 siblings and 17 nephews and nieces, the iftar meal to break the daily fast has always for me And so we stay physically apart but find unity in the rituals of fasting and feasting .

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France has between five and six million practicing and non-practicing Muslims, according to the latest studies on the subject, which makes Islam the second religion in the country. And makes the French Muslim community the first Muslim community in Europe.

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