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  1. oopsaleem

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    [frame="3 50"]السلام عليكم ورحمة الله وبركاته[/frame]

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    ,Hi everybody

    Few days?! That all what it takes to say good-bye to the honorable guest, the holy month of Ramadan. What have we gained from this beloved month? A crucial question that Muslims should ask themselves. Some people would be proudly happy to answer that question because all they have done is nothing but good deeds, but some would be remorseful and regretful because they have wasted their time in pleasure and enjoyment forgetting that Ramadan month might not come back in their lives. So which one would you likely to be ?! Best regards






     
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  3. عــاهد

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    Thx for sharing your thoughts ya bro.

    I personally didn't enjoy this Ramathan nor the previous ones, its because here In the us you don't feel The Ramathan spirit. You're also away from your family friends and you're own home.

    Bottom line, i just want it to get over with, its just hard to fast when you have all these nasty things going on around you
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    Thanks oopsaleem for your thoughts. Inshallah we are all of those who have done nothing but good deeds during this blessed month.

    Ahad, I know what you mean brother. Ramadan in the west isnt the same as back home. It is harder, but you know what? The harder a Muslim has it, the bigger the reward. So look at it that way ya akhi.

    I will admit, Ramadan this year has been the toughest for me. bas 3ala Allah. Allah yesahel wa yetgabal seyamina wa salatena
     
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  7. عــاهد

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    Honestly...i hated Ramathan in the west.

    No Masajid to announce takbeer

    You have to attend school

    same thing with work

    On Eid day...you can't even have a family union coz every one's got to catch up with work

    You would find Some muslims so as they call themselves eating during Ramathan

    Girls walking strip naked in the streets

    Ya allah....let me fast the Next Ramathan in yemen
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  9. عــاهد

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    Ramathan In Yemen


    People would be sharing dishes with each other.

    People who never go to the Masjid finally decide to go.

    Family unions are always going on.

    You go to the Souq and see it full of other people.

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    i don't want to cry:(
     
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    I totally agree with you ahad917 that Ramadan in non-Muslim countries is way too different from Muslim countries, and we hope that you will get the chance to fast Ramadan back home.

    Thanks for sharing
     
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    Ameeeeeeeeeeeeeeeen
     
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    :cool:.Feeling homesick is miserable, but crying helps
     

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