This article will provide information about Ramadan 2020.
Ramadan is far more than just not eating food......... it is a time of contemplation, a time to cherish faith, family, and friends and a time of charity towards those who are less fortunate.
During the month of Ramadan, which is the holiest month of the Islamic calendar many Muslims in Britain join Muslims all over the world in observing a month of fasting during daylight hours. Fasting does not mean retreating from daily routine, rather continuing as normal in work and usual activities. In fact, this is where the challenge of patience and endurance comes in.
Muslims believe fasting is not merely a physical ritual, but is primarily a time for reflection, prayer and spiritual recharging. During the fast, Muslims believe that their desires are curbed, and that one’s patience, closeness to God and generosity towards others is increased. Ramadan is an important focus for helping those less fortunate in the UK and other countries through charitable donations and other good deeds.
In 2020, Ramadan is will begin in the evening of Thursday 23rd April and runs for 30 days until the evening of Saturday 23rd May.
Please click here to find guidance that has been put together to assist students who are fasting during exam time.