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Milli677
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Hi guys,
Next week it’s Ramadan where we fast from dawn till after dusk (going without food and drink(
I have school and I am in year 9 and my stomach always fumbles and I don’t want that to happen during Ramadan cause I won’t be able to eat anything to stop it from happening.
Any suggestions?
Thank you all❤️
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You'll get used to it over time, just takes a bit of time to get used to - have a good Suhoor meal to keep you going as long as possible.
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The point of Ramadan is to realise what the less fortunate have and face - to be able to endure hardship with patience.
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Why are you fasting? for weight loss?
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Religious reasons
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Why are you fasting? for weight loss?
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fasting is not something that is only in islam.. people have been fasting for thousands of years
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What do you mean obvs we have to fast
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fasting is not something that is only in islam.. people have been fasting for thousands of years
amazing - that's great. Islam has a requirement for ALL muslims (fit to) to fast in the whole month of Ramadan. And it's something that prohibits you from both drinking and eating, whereas fasting in other religions or just generally, you can at least have water or certain foods. Fasting is good for you whether it be for weight loss (intermittent) or religious reasons etc
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That’s not the point of this forum and all religions are valid.There is no need to attack other people’s faith.
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fasting is actually christian not muslim.. muhammad copied it from christianity
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Thank you for clearing this up for the other poster. Looking for an argument I guess - don't feed such! I made it clear to the other poster that Islam specifically makes it an obligation for those who can and how Islamic fasting is different - it's seen as an 'absoloute' or 'dry' fast - both liquid and food is prevented.
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That’s not the point of this forum and all religions are valid.There is no need to attack other people’s faith.
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(Original post by sulaimanali)
Thank you for clearing this up for the other poster. Looking for an argument I guess - don't feed such! I made it clear to the other poster that Islam specifically makes it an obligation for those who can and how Islamic fasting is different - it's seen as an 'absoloute' or 'dry' fast - both liquid and food is prevented.
Best wishes for your fast.
But, fasting is fasting. When I fast at Easter everything is included.
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