You may Already we well know that Ramadan is a holy period for Muslims that is marked by reflection and fasting during the day.
The 30-day holiday is based on the lunar calendar and officially begins in the United States. This year, Ramadan will last from May 26 until June 24. but
Here are Top 3 Things You Should Know About Ramadan
1) The correct greeting to those observing the holiday is “Ramadan Mubarak” or “Ramadan Kareem,” which wishes them a blessed or generous Ramadan.
2) Practicing adult Muslims do not consume food or water during the daylight hours of Ramadan, but just as importantly they also try to refrain from spiritually negative practices such as gossiping, lying, swearing and arguing.
3) While they may never ask, your Muslim friends will most likely appreciate it if you don’t tempt them by deliberately eating, drinking or smoking in front of them and if you show patience for any hunger-induced crankiness.
Do you KNOW ?
The most traditional way to break the fast is to eat dates — which are among humankind’s earliest cultivated crops.