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i wish all a happy holy Ramadan Month ,which it Brings joy and happiness upon Muslims and all the People Around the World.

RAMADAN KAREEM

     
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Happy Ramadan to you too Advie! Smile I just came back from a week in Turkey. The hotel was preparing for lots of people coming to the seaside for Ramadan.

     

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Thanks Jelena Much, you should had extended you visit to turkey you would have enjoyed Ramadan Traditions in an Islamic country Like Turkey especially the Food Heart , yeah we Fast more than 15 hours but the other 9 we eat like we never ate before and would never eat again Grin, and it is not just because being hungry ,it is due the perfection ,creativity and time in cooking meals to make it up for the time/hours we fasted Sarcastic

     
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Ramadan kareem, Advie! (Is it still uncool to say “Ramadan mubarak” these days in Egypt?) It is rougher for my co-worker Awish when Ramadan occurs during the summer, but I always encourage her to stay strong. Mini Smile She assures me that the fasting is worth it and looks forward to the evening feast every night.

     

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Thanks Trunkyo (ALLAH AKRAM) , seriously i didn’t think about it that way, but its seem (yes) we try subconsciously to avoid that word somehow (Mubarak) though it IS a blessing word originally! .

we still hear his name in News considering the Old System Corruption, Trials and Prisons Sarcastic  ...

     
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Advie - 19 July 2012 04:44 PM

i wish all a happy holy Ramadan Month ,which it Brings joy and happiness upon Muslims and all the People Around the World.

RAMADAN KAREEM

Thank you so much Advie. We call it Ramazan in my country, so Ramazan Serif Mubarek Olsun to you Advie. Grin We had a very nice iftar tonight, that my mother prepared.  Grin

     

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SweetDalilah - 21 July 2012 05:06 PM

We had a very nice iftar tonight, that my mother prepared.  Grin

Thank God for this Gifted Month, and thank your mum for her nice Iftar Yum, i feed myself as i am alone in Cairo while my wife is still in Moscow   Cry

How long is the Day in your country, i mean how many hours (around) you Fast everyday?

Hope its not do long as here , as this Ramadan comes with the longest day since 30 Years!!!!  Cool

     
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Advie - 21 July 2012 06:15 PM

How long is the Day in your country, i mean how many hours (around) you Fast everyday?

What about the muslims in the northern parts of the world at this time of the year. So far up north that the sun never sets. That’s the case in a quite large area of Sweden at this time of year. There must be some kind of exemption for them or they’ll not eat at all during the entire Ramadan.  Confused

     

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Muslims in any Place/Part of the world that is not an Islamic as its Constitution. can rely on the nearest geographical Islamic Country,or their hometown if they were not of that part citizens(no matter which) in these issues Shareeaa(The Modest) gives The full choice to the Muslim as long as it does her/him Good .

     
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Happy Eid Everyone ,
woow that was one Long Ramadan Smile

     
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Worth going celibate for?

     

“This cosmic dance of bursting decadence and withheld permissions twists all our arms collectively, but, if sweetness can win, and it can, then I’ll still be here tomorrow to high-five you yesterday my friend. Peace.” -Old Tart Toter

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TiAgUh - 18 August 2012 06:02 PM

Worth going celibate for?

yes.

but How odd this Question if i understand correctly!

But anyway in Ramadan that was not a problem for married men As long it is after breakfast.

     
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Ramadan Mubarak and Takkabal Allah Minkom, my good sir.

     

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