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Ramadan Kareem to all our muslim members

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6y, 1m agoPosted 6 years, 1 month ago
I would just like to wish all the muslim members here a good Ramadan. I hear that is starts tomorrow - so i hope you all have an easy time fasting.
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6y, 1m agoPosted 6 years, 1 month ago
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#1
Ramadhan Kareem. Best wishes to all the muslim members
#2
best wishes to all our muslim friends.
#3
Reminds me, I might as well diet at the same time, that way I don't feel alone.
#4
ramadan kareem. can someone get a link to the timetable for when we can break our fast?
#5
ALICOM007
ramadan kareem. can someone get a link to the timetable for when we can break our fast?

Where abouts are you, times differ on where you are
#6
ALICOM007
ramadan kareem. can someone get a link to the timetable for when we can break our fast?

Get one from your local mosque.

Edited By: strike on Aug 10, 2010 19:22: http://www.checkthelabel.org.uk/
#7
There you go, click on the city of your choice

http://www.ramadan.co.uk/time.php
#8
thanks for the links.
#9
why are different cities different times? anyone care to explain in simple terms to a layman-Im genuinely interested. I always thought everywhere was the same.
#10
barky
why are different cities different times? anyone care to explain in simple terms to a layman-Im genuinely interested. I always thought everywhere was the same.

fasting is from sunrise to sunset and differs slightly (min or two) on where you are in the country
#11
There's some dodgy ZamZam water about, so don't touch it.

http://www.food.gov.uk/news/newsarchive/2010/jul/zamzam
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strike
guv
Lilly_White

fasting is from sunrise to sunset and differs slightly (min or two) on where you are in the country


I understand the principle behind what you are saying..... but do you all sit with stop watches at the ready for the minute the sun goes down to eat and again pig out until the last few seconds available have passed? No sarcasm intended, but that seemed a step too far, given you are talking about a few seconds difference.

Do you nothing but troll in threads like these? Why not get another thread for you and your ignorant friends to post in.


that's a bit strong fella, some people genuinely don't know what happens during Ramadam.
#13
Ramadan Kareem to all
#14
Lilly_White
Ramadhan Kareem. Best wishes to all the muslim members

^^^^^^^^^^^ from me too :)
#15
richp
strike
guv
Lilly_White

fasting is from sunrise to sunset and differs slightly (min or two) on where you are in the country


I understand the principle behind what you are saying..... but do you all sit with stop watches at the ready for the minute the sun goes down to eat and again pig out until the last few seconds available have passed? No sarcasm intended, but that seemed a step too far, given you are talking about a few seconds difference.

Do you nothing but troll in threads like these? Why not get another thread for you and your ignorant friends to post in.


that's a bit strong fella, some people genuinely don't know what happens during Ramadam.


It's always the same with these threads, people who are paranoid get all touchy. Perhaps best they wish their fellow followers well.
banned#16
Lilly_White
fasting is from sunrise to sunset and differs slightly (min or two) on where you are in the country


I ask again, since you were unable to be civil in your reply to a straight forward question.....

Does the "minute difference" from furthest north to furthest south really make a difference? By that, I'm asking if you are virtually clock watching and desperate to eat at the first available moment and similarly vice versa before sunrise? Is it really that tough to fast for Ramadan? Needing to know city by city details suggests that to be the case. Of course, correct me if that's incorrect. No need for your usual name calling.
#17
Ramazan Mubarak to everyone, Muslims and Non-muslims....

in regards to above the reason for the time difference is based on sunset and sunrise, up north the sunrise is different to here down south in the UK, exactly the same as it is summer in england and it is winter in Australia
#18
hi guys and girls,hope you dont mind me asking a question, but im off to turkey on monday and there is a mosque just behind my hotel and after reading a few reviews on trip advisor people are saying its a bit noisey at 4.45am(which i dont mind i love diff cultures and all that) when they start praying now with it being ramadam will this be every 15 mins from sunrise to sunset or is my workmate whom is muslim just winding me up for a laugh ,thanks
paula x
#19
guv
Lilly_White
fasting is from sunrise to sunset and differs slightly (min or two) on where you are in the country


I ask again, since you were unable to be civil in your reply to a straight forward question.....

Does the "minute difference" from furthest north to furthest south really make a difference? By that, I'm asking if you are virtually clock watching and desperate to eat at the first available moment and similarly vice versa before sunrise? Is it really that tough to fast for Ramadan? Needing to know city by city details suggests that to be the case. Of course, correct me if that's incorrect. No need for your usual name calling.


It's a shame I missed the name calling :( but yes it makes a difference, fasting isn't hard all my mates who aren't Muslim say they wont survive a few hours but it is not tough you get used to it.

In regards to your question why we "time watch" is because you are meant to break your fast on time and not supposed to fast any longer than you should. Also yes alot of families do "Pig out" but you are meant to eat moderately and but that does no t mean everyone will follow it word for word.

I have no problems answering any more of your questions if you want.


Edited By: Rayhul on Aug 10, 2010 21:08: .
#20
paulam
hi guys and girls,hope you dont mind me asking a question, but im off to turkey on monday and there is a mosque just behind my hotel and after reading a few reviews on trip advisor people are saying its a bit noisey at 4.45am(which i dont mind i love diff cultures and all that) when they start praying now with it being ramadam will this be every 15 mins from sunrise to sunset or is my workmate whom is muslim just winding me up for a laugh ,thanks
paula x


Haha yes your mate is pulling your leg there are 5 calls for prayer spread over a few hours so you wont be affected by it.
#21
thank you so much rayhul,gonna go and wind him up now ;)
thanks again
paula x
banned#22
Ramzaan Mubarak
#23
ramadam in the summer, bummer
banned#24
ramadan mubarak to every muslim out there :D
#25
Ramazan Mubarak from me to you
#26
paulam
thank you so much rayhul,gonna go and wind him up now ;)
thanks again
paula x


You're most welcome

Oh BTW Thanks Amibees and everyone else.
banned#27
Rayhul


It's a shame I missed the name calling :( but yes it makes a difference, fasting isn't hard all my mates who aren't Muslim say they wont survive a few hours but it is not tough you get used to it.

In regards to your question why we "time watch" is because you are meant to break your fast on time and not supposed to fast any longer than you should. Also yes alot of families do "Pig out" but you are meant to eat moderately and but that does no t mean everyone will follow it word for word.

I have no problems answering any more of your questions if you want.



Many thanks for your reply. I always thought it was fasting except between sunset and sunrise. I hadn't realised there was actual significance to the moment of sunrise or sunset. Thanks for clarifying. Much appreciated.

oh and Ramadan Kareem to all. :D

BTW does...Ramadan Kareem, Ramadhan Kareem, Ramazan Mubarak and ramadan mubarak basically mean the same thing? (Which I assume is something along the lines of happy Ramadan?)



Edited By: guv on Aug 10, 2010 21:52: added question...
#28
guv
Rayhul


It's a shame I missed the name calling :( but yes it makes a difference, fasting isn't hard all my mates who aren't Muslim say they wont survive a few hours but it is not tough you get used to it.

In regards to your question why we "time watch" is because you are meant to break your fast on time and not supposed to fast any longer than you should. Also yes alot of families do "Pig out" but you are meant to eat moderately and but that does no t mean everyone will follow it word for word.

I have no problems answering any more of your questions if you want.



Many thanks for your reply. I always thought it was fasting except between sunset and sunrise. I hadn't realised there was actual significance to the moment of sunrise or sunset. Many thanks for clarifying. Much appreciated.

oh and Ramadan Kareem to all. :D


Haha I wish would make it so much easier, some people do take questions too personally, I prefer people to question and ask to inquire more, however there is ignorance and than there is blatant ignorance, the latter I cannot stand so therefore I am more than happy to answer any questions, just as long as people don't take the mickey. :D
#29
Ramadan kareem to everyone! Good Luck!
banned#30
guv

BTW does...Ramadan Kareem, Ramadhan Kareem, Ramazan Mubarak and ramadan mubarak basically mean the same thing? (Which I assume is something along the lines of happy Ramadan?)


http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20070911105140AA5PkEf
#31
guv


BTW does...Ramadan Kareem, Ramadhan Kareem, Ramazan Mubarak and ramadan mubarak basically mean the same thing? (Which I assume is something along the lines of happy Ramadan?)



Yes it does, different cultures have different sayings it all means Happy Ramadan 8)
#32
Ramadhan Mubarak to all ! :).
#33
FilthAndFurry
Must be tough to get a decent body like that. Bingeing and starving is never a good way to maintain one's physique and it must be tough to exercise with such a messed up metabolism.


LMAO No one exercises during ramadan unless you want to die, you can go to the gym after you break fast, I tend to lose weight I go from a 28 waist to a 26 which makes it harder for me to find good jeans.



Edited By: amibees on Aug 11, 2010 10:09: off topic
#34
ramazan mubarak. ours start on thurs.
#35
http://grafikdesign.files.wordpress.com/2007/09/devil-2d2dgoing-2d2dramadan-2d2dcoming.jpg
[helper]#36
The checkthelable tag should be removed - political arguments should be kept to other threads....

Unlike almost every previous year I hope the mods manage to keep this thread under control and not taken off topic or filled with sly comments by the more intolerant members of HDUK which is what usually happens.

Happy Ramadan


Edited By: gari189 on Aug 10, 2010 23:50: edit
banned#37
Rayhul

LMAO No one exercises during ramadan


hey dude, I'm going to play a game of squash on saturdays. Usually play about 5 games but I'm only going to play one during Ramzaan.
#38
I enjoyed doing Ramadan last year, but the amounts of food you eat after (as it's normally more than usual) with sweets as a starter etc, man my belly got full way too quick lol.
#39
Ramadan Kareem to All!!
Hope this won't slow us down in looking for those hot deals
#40
Wow.!. I never knew there was so many muslims on this forum.
Anyways, to the person asking

ALICOM007
ramadan kareem. can someone get a link to the timetable for when we can break our fast?

check out Prayer Times Website.

If you cannot find your local on there then please do contact me and we'l try to see if we can find out and update it, if not for now but definately for the future.

Glad Tidings to all of the members, muslim or not. May this month bring everyone closer in humanity and gives us the ability to look after others, aswell as ourselves.

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