Islamic Festival of Eid al Fitr celebrates the end of Ramadan. Because the Islamic calendar is lunar, Islamic holidays fall on different dates every year. Depending on the community, Ramadan in 2015 will start on Thursday, the 18th of June and will continue for 30 days until Friday, the 17th of July.

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A Crafty Arab: 10+ Mawlid Celebrations Around the World {Resource}. Here we are again, celebrating another Mawlid Al Nabi in 2015. Since the Islamic calendar is lunar, the holidays move up a few days every year.  This made 2015 have two Mawlid celebrations. Lucky us! Mawlid in Libya is a very large celebration, one that is based on cultural traditions. Growing up, I remember eating …

10+ Mawlid Celebrations Around the World {Resource

A Crafty Arab: 10+ Mawlid Celebrations Around the World {Resource}. Here we are again, celebrating another Mawlid Al Nabi in 2015. Since the Islamic calendar is lunar, the holidays move up a few days every year. This made 2015 have two Mawlid celebrations. Lucky us! Mawlid in Libya is a very large celebration, one that is based on cultural traditions. Growing up, I remember eating …

Free, Printable Islamic Calendar: Islamic Calendar for 1432-1433 H. (2011)

These beautiful Islamic wall calendars show Hijrah and Gregorian dates

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Introduction to Islam - Religious Holidays for Muslims ..... Question: What holidays do Muslims celebrate?  Muslims have two major religious observances each year, Ramadan and Hajj,

What Holidays Do Muslims Celebrate?

Introduction to Islam - Religious Holidays for Muslims . Question: What holidays do Muslims celebrate? Muslims have two major religious observances each year, Ramadan and Hajj,

Ramadan literally translated, means “scorching heat” or “dryness” and is the name of the 9th month of the Hijri or Islamic calendar. In 2015, Ramadan will officially begin on the 18th of June 2015 in Qatar. Why it is an “on or about” date causes much consternation amongst expats who are new to life in …

Qatar Ramadan 2015 - What does Ramadan mean for an Expat in Qatar?

Ramadan literally translated, means “scorching heat” or “dryness” and is the name of the 9th month of the Hijri or Islamic calendar. In 2015, Ramadan will officially begin on the 18th of June 2015 in Qatar. Why it is an “on or about” date causes much consternation amongst expats who are new to life in …

Qatar Ramadan 2015 - What does Ramadan mean for an Expat in Qatar?

Ramadan: a guide to the Islamic holy month - The ninth month of the Islamic calendar is when Muslims fast during daylight and when the Qur’an is said to have been revealed to the prophet Muhammad  (A street vendor plugs in decorations for Ramadan in Amman, Jordan.)

Ramadan: a guide to the Islamic holy month

A street vendor plugs in decorations for Ramadan in Amman, Jordan, Thursday, July Religious authorities in Jordan declared that Friday will be the start of the holy month of Ramadan, a perio

Here we are again, celebrating another Mawlid Al Nabi in 2015. Since the Islamic calendar is lunar, the holidays move up a few days every year. This made 2015 have two Mawlid celebrations. Lucky us! Mawlid in Libya is a very large celebration, one that is based on cultural traditions. Growing up, I remember eating …

10+ Mawlid Celebrations Around the World {Resource

Here we are again, celebrating another Mawlid Al Nabi in Since the Islamic calendar is lunar, the holidays move up a few days eve.

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