Jul 7 2016
RAMADAN is the holy month when Muslims from the Religion of ‘Peace’ fast and try to perform good deeds rewarded by Allah
Charity and generosity are especially urged during Ramadan. We learn to give, and not to take. The deprivation of fasting (a.k.a. skipping lunch) makes us sympathize with the suffering of others, and it makes us remember the blessings of life which we normally take for granted. The person fasting is not supposed to eat before iftar (breaking the fast with dates), or lie, speak wrong about anyone behind their backs or do anything that is morally incorrect. Killing infidels and non-sharia compliant Muslims, of course, is the exception.
Let’s see how Muslims did this year: