Ramadan Fasting - Ramadan History

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"O ye who believe, fasting is obligatory upon you as required above those before you, that you fear Him"
(Surat al-Baqara: 183)


1 : Fasting Ramadan

During the month of Ramadan, the Islamic religion would fast every day until Eid arrives. '' Eid'' means Hari Raya. Fitr fathara derived from the word'' meaning 'break, ending ". Eid al-Fitr means the feast End Fasting (Ramadan).

The last day of the month of Ramadan is celebrated with joy by the entire Muslim world. In the evening (night 1 Shawwal), commonly called the night a victory, they will peal takbir together. In Indonesia this ritual becomes a spectacle that was interesting because usually the people (who are Muslims) will carry a takbir while marching around the city and the village, sometimes equipped with a drum beat and set off fireworks.

The next day, the 1st of Shawwal, which is celebrated as the feast of Eid al-Fitr, both men and women thronged the mosques and the Muslims will be doing field where Eid Salat. Salat performed two raka'at then be terminated by two sermons on Eid. The celebration then continued with each other ma'af among Muslims, ending a whole series of special religious events that accompany Ramadan.

2 : Salat tarawih

In the evening, right after the night prayer, worship the religion of Islam continued to perform tarawih prayers. Special prayer performed only during Ramadan. Tarawih Salat, although it can be implemented individually, generally performed in congregation prayers in congregation in the mosque mosques. Sometimes before the implementation of the right tarawih prayers specific places, held a brief lecture to equip the congregation in praying in question.

3: The fall in the Qur'an

In this month in Indonesia, precisely on the 17th of Ramadan, there is a difference of opinion of the scholars regarding the exact date of the first fall of the Qur'an for the Qur'an As warnings or kalinyaNuzulul Lessons also commemorated as the day of the Quranic verse decline'' (Nuzulul Qur'an)'' for the first time by some Muslims. In the event of Al Alaq paragraphs 1 to 5 was revealed at the time of Prophet Muhammad SAW was in the cave of Hira.

 4 : Lailatul Qadar

'''' Laylat al Qadr (night statutes), is a special one night occurred in the month of Ramadan. Tonight is said in the Qur'an in Surah Al-Qadr is better than a thousand months. When the course of the night was definitely not known but according to some narratives, this night falls on the last 10 nights of Ramadan, specifically odd nights on one of the night of the 21, 23, 25, 27 or the 29. Some Muslims usually try not to miss this evening keep yourself awake at last nights of Ramadan while worshiping all night. Hidayatullah

 5 : Umrah

Worship Umrah if done this month has value and merit more when compared with other months. In [[Hadith]] said 'Umrah in the month of Romadhan comparable to Hajj or Hajj with me. " (HR: Bukhari and Muslim). Muslim media, Umrah in the month of ramadan

6 : Zakat Fitrah

Zakat zakat fitrah is issued specifically during Ramadan or at least before the completion of the Eid prayer. Every individual Muslim must pay zakat capable of this type. The amount of zakat fitrah must be spent per individual is one Saa 'staple food in the area concerned. This amount when converted roughly equivalent to 2.5 kilograms or 3.5 liters of rice. Zakat recipients are set out in 8 groups (poor, poor, amyl, convert, bondsmen, gharimin, welfare activities, ibn sabil) but according to some scholars specifically for zakat fitrah must take precedence to the first two classes of the needy and poor. This opinion was based on the grounds that a very small amount of zakat while one of the issuance of tithes goal is for the needy and poor to celebrate the holiday.
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 7 : Eid al-Fitr

The end of Ramadan is celebrated with joy by all Muslims around the world. In the evening (night 1 Shawwal, which is called the night a victory, they will peal takbir together. In Indonesia this ritual becomes a spectacle that was interesting because usually the people (who are Muslims) will carry a takbir while marching around the city and the village, sometimes equipped with a drum beat and set off fireworks.

The next day, the 1st of Shawwal, which is celebrated as the feast of Eid al-Fitr, both men and women thronged the mosques and the Muslims will be doing field where Eid Salat. Salat performed two raka'at then be terminated by two sermons on Eid. The celebration then continued with each other ma'af among Muslims, ending a whole series of special religious events that accompany Ramadan.

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