Ramadan fasting

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Ramadan fasting

The non-consumption of food or fluids from sunrise to sunset during the month of Ramadan, as prescribed in the Quran. Ramadan fasting does not produce adverse effects on the heart, lung, liver, kidney, eyes, haematologic profile, endocrine or neuropsychiatric functions; it is not recommended for noncompliant, poorly controlled and/or pregnant type-1 diabetics.
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To ensure the distribution of fuel and non-fuel products during Ramadhan and Idul Fitri runs well, Pertamina has a task force to manage distribution from July 1 through August 12.
Prior to joining Jumeirah Group, Ramadhan was the chief operating officer of the Dubai International Financial Centre Authority, where he was responsible for the overall operations division, including human capital, real estate, security, information technology, procurement, administration and operational excellence.
I asked him about the changes that he goes through during Ramadhan and he explained: "I train before iftar because one of the most important characteristics to competing in sports during the holy month of Ramadhan is will power.
A total of fourteen customers have lodged complaints so far this Ramadhan.
The shade of a tree is 11-25 degrees cooler than the shade of a man-made structure, and the planted roofs are also much cooler than cement or concrete roofs," says Ramadhan.
Focusing specifically on the traditions, customs and festivities surrounding the holy month of Ramadhan, the company has donated AED 100,000/-- to Dubai Charity Association with the specific request that the funds be used to provide needy Muslim families in Dubai (and the greater UAE) with Iftar meals throughout Ramadhan; as well as Kiswat Al Eid (new outfits for Eid).
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AS the UK's leading Muslim youth organisation, the Ramadhan Foundation is pleased and proud that the UK's Muslim community has unequivocally responded with one voice to Gillian Gibbons' arrest and detention in Sudan.
It marks the end of the holy month of Ramadhan, a month of fasting and additional prayers for Muslims.