DUBAI: Ramadan is here again ushering in a month of changed routine for Muslims across the world, including in the UAE, as they undertake fasting as a spiritual ritual. This cycle will repeat for the next 29 or 30 days, depending on when the next crescent moon is sighted, which will mean the end of Ramadan. It is the discipline for adapting to change — a change in behaviour and in daily life that involves a different physical, mental, emotional and spiritual outlook. Many offices will follow working hours that begin a little than usual and end earlier, shortening the business day by around two hours in most cases. People will head home for iftar, the sunset meal that draws the fast to a close.
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The holy month of Ramadan falls every year during the ninth month of the Islamic calendar. It is a great time to build self-discipline, give your digestive system a rest and help your body get rid of toxins. Ramadan is the month in which Muslims all over the world fast from dawn until sunset and prevent themselves from drinking or eating anything during this time. People with diabetes, kidney disease, women who are pregnant and lactating mothers are exempted from the fast.
What are the fasting rules during Ramadan?
Ramadan is a Holy Month where all Muslims in the world must perform one particular deed: fasting. The Ramadan fasting is obligatory, it must be done with almost no exception. Only those who meet the condition could abstain from fasting. However, it must be expiated according to Islamic law.
Last Updated: March 10, References. To create this article, 24 people, some anonymous, worked to edit and improve it over time. This article has been viewed 18, times. Learn more Fasting during Ramadan is one of the five pillars of Islam.