Ramadan is a holy month in Islam that Muslims celebrate for 30 days. It began on Sunday night at 2am. Each day we wake up early to eat and then we pray. When you wake up you can’t eat until after sunset. The meal we break our fast with is called Iftar.
Ramadan represents forgiveness, almsgiving, fasting, love and prayer.
Ramadan is the ninth month of the Islamic calendar and is observed by Muslims worldwide. After the 30 days there’s a big celebration called Eid.
During Eid we go to the mosque and pray. After that we celebrate with family and friends and go to their house to have a feast. We are also given money from a relative to celebrate Eid.