Hungry for Ramadan

Hungry for Ramadan


Ramadan 2009 (on Beliefnet)

posted by mconsoli

The Ramadan calendar dates for 2009 are August 21st through September 19th.

Are you hungry for more on Ramadan? Here are some useful links for you to learn about this holy month observed by Muslims worldwide:

Shahed Amanullah is no longer blogging for us but you can still get the Islamic perspective daily from our Muslim blogger Azziz Poonawalla on his City of Brass blog. You can also follow Azziz Poonawalla on Twitter.



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posted August 10, 2011 at 7:42 pm


Salaam and Hello Friends!

There is a website with free learning tools for children and beginners in the basic Arabic Language. You can download the videos or view them online.

The software is also helpful for children to familiarize themselves with the use of personal computers.

Please visit: http://www.alifba.tv

Thank you



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Anand Soni

posted June 20, 2014 at 4:18 pm


I felt surprise when I read about Muslim community. Most uncommon is Ramadan, Its is great to keep away for a month or more from food and sex.

Please Visit- http://www.ramadankareemwishes.com/



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Anand Soni

posted June 20, 2014 at 4:28 pm

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