Well, you got Freshly Pressed.
So, now many more Christians know about Ramadan then Muslims know about Easter.
Because Freshly Pressed did not give Easter much mention, and they gave you the spotlight.
But, just so you know. There are a periods of worship leading up to Easter and to Christmas. And those periods used to involve worship, prayer, and fasting.
But, the progressives have effectively changed what everyone sees as Christian into their mega-marketing tool.
The month of Ramadan
For many non-Muslims, the idea of fasting during the month of Ramadan can be hard to grasp. In most religious celebratory events, such as Christmas and Easters, people eat more, drink more, and party more. Yet, for us Muslims, in our celebratory month – Ramadan, we do exactly the opposite: we don’t eat, don’t drink, and don’t have fun. What is wrong with us?
If you are one of those who think that way, I don’t blame you. After all, even though there is frequent mention of ‘Ramadan’ in mainstream media, most of the time, this holy month is never adequately explained. Ramadan is usually reduced to the act of fasting, just as Islam is usually simplified to the image of women wearing headscarf, or men prostrating during prayer.
Fasting is no doubt a part of Ramadan. During this holy month, we Muslims are required to…
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