Lets to celebrate ramadhan
Posted September 1, 2008on:
Muslims across the Islamic all over the world are finished Sya’ban to welcome Ramadhan 1429 Hijria on sun set of Sunday that mean the holly fast month Ramadhan begins.
So I would like to say lets to be happy to welcome ramadhan too.
But before start to fasting ramadhan this year 2008, me and my wife have Umro tours for twelve days, six days stay at Mecca, 4 days in Medina one day visit to Jeddah. Most of the traveling days had use to praying in Masjid al Haram in Mecca, Prophet Mosque in Medina and others Islamic historical places.
Eventually next celebrating at the end of ramadhan as usually called Eid al Fitr or reborn your soul. From the Philippines to Morocco, Muslims are celebrating the start of the Eid al-Fitr holiday. In the Indonesian capital, Jakarta, children paraded through the streets with long candles or rode through the streets waving flags. Children in the West Bank town of Ramallah set off fireworks. Stalls in street markets in Lebanon, Syria and Egypt were packed with sweets and other treats.
So came on peace and happy.