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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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Omanis are keen on visiting them in the last days of the month of Ramadhan in preparation for the Eid and to buy their needs.
Ramadhan holds a degree in industrial engineering from the University of Arizona, USA, and is a graduate of the Mohamed bin Rashid Leadership Programme.
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Ramadhan is an annual event which gives Muslims the chance to focus on spiritual reflection, prayer, doing good deeds and spending time with friends and family.
During Ramadhan, a healthy diet must be properly practiced using the principles of moderation and balance.
Ramadhan is a time for increased individual introspection aimed to purify the body, mind and soul.
Kausar Hussain spoke about the Eid ul-Fitr festival celebrating the end of Ramadhan, and highlighted the emphasis on charity during the month of fasting.
The amnesty also covered Iraqi exiles abroad whether or not they decide to return,'' Ramadhan said.
Ramadhan is the ninth month of the lunar Islamic Calendar.
This paper attempts to explore a seasonal pattern, the Ramadhan effect, in the Pakistani equity market.
beaucoup moins que] Entre hier et aujourd'hui, le Ramadhan a connu une belle epoque bien differente de celle d'aujourd'hui.
Muscat, July 4 (ONA) The rituals of the holy month of Ramadhan vary from one country to another, starting from moon-sighting, keep-fasting from the first day until the last day.