Sheikh Abubakar Bin has called to the government and the police to relax on the Curfew protocols and restriction.The Sheik has been talk on behalf of the Muslims in the entire country at large.To excuse some Muslim that will arrive at their home after late prayers,the government has been urged to atleast extent some few minutes to those mulism.photo|courtesy According to Abubakar, some Muslims walk for a long to arrive at their homes after their prayers.
Reactions As Sonko Apologises To All Muslims, Says He Didn't Distribute Iftar Foodstuffs Due To This
Former Nairobi county governor hon Mike Mbuvi Sonko registered his sincere Apology to all Muslim family for not distributing the iftar foodstuffs to the needy families unlike the previous years where the Sonko team used to do it at least a day or two before the start of Ramadhan.(Courtesy photo) He said this is because of the covid-19 health guidelines that we must comply with.
Here are some of the top footballers who are Muslims by faith and probably are observing the Holy month of Ramadhan by fasting and prayers.(All photos/Courtesy) 1.Mohammed Salah The Egyptian King as he is famously known by his admirers and fans is one of the best footballers in the Premier league.He plays for Egypt national team and Liverpool Fc.Mo Salah is a religious man.
Celebrated media personality Yvonne Okwara is known for her love for fashion. She frequently dresses in unique outfits and takes photos which she then shares on her social media page. The Citizen Tv news anchor invests a lot of time and resources in her outfits and make-up for the photoshoot session. When it comes to outfit, Yvonne Okwara does a good job of being diverse. She dresses in outfits that represent various traditions and people. Her recent outfit in a photo that she published on the internet has attracted
In Islam, regardless of the number of sins an individual has submitted, he is rarely inexcusable. Islam is a religion of absolution. Notwithstanding, there is one sin that Allah won't excuse. On the off chance that you are pondering which one, kindly read on to discover more. A Muslim accepts that Allah is one, with no accomplices, relatives, or companions. This fundamental Islamic conviction is the alleged " tawhid" (confidence in monotheism). only He is deserving of our love. Accordingly, providing for your
Fashion and style are two different things since someone can be fashionable but not stylish at all.Style is much better since one will always look good in whatever they have.Ramadan is the most sacred month of the year in Islamic culture.During Ramadan, Muslims fast, abstain from pleasures and pray to become closer to God.
Ramadan is the most sacred month of the year in Islamic culture.During Ramadan, Muslims fast, abstain from pleasures and pray to become closer to God.It is also a time for families to gather and celebrate.Ramadan is the ninth month in the Islamic calendar, which is a lunar calendar based on the cycles of the moon.
Muslims across the world are celebrating the holy month of Ramadhan where they fast and pray.Renowned media personality Rashid Abdalla is among the Muslims who have come forward to offer their prayers to God publicly.The Citizen TV news anchor addressed various subjects in his prayer that he posted on his social media page.
It's quite obvious that you have noticed a dark spot on the forehead of most Muslims.The dark mark is known as the trace of prostration.The dark spot is known as Zebibah.It is also known as a zabiba or zebiba, or a prayer bump.
Ramadan is the ninth month of the Islamic calendar and is observed by Muslims worldwide as a month of fasting, prayer, reflection and community.It commemorates the first revelation of the Quran to Prophet Muhammad according to Islamic belief.This is a time for spiritual reflection, self-improvement and heightened devotion and worship.
Following the footprints of the world's religious history,islamic religion is the youngest kind of religion worldwide Acording to history.com Muslim began in Mecca currently known as Saudi-Arabia during the time of professor Muhammad.That is seven centuaries ago.In 622,Muhammad travelled from Mecca to Medina accompanied with his supporters marking the beginning of Hijra with a system of rulling within muslims called caliph,that only lasted few centuries then ottoman empire emerged.
As the world continues battling with the Covid-19 perndemic which has costed many innocent lives as well as inflicting harsh economic conditions to many, the Muslims have also kicked off with their Ramadan festive.The term Ramadan which may aswell be spelled to as Ramazan is one special ninth month in the Islamic Calendar to all Muslims across the world whereby prayer and fasting is observed for one full month.
Muslims now have undergone a hard time attending Ramadhan during evening hours, like those in the locked counties must be in their houses by 8:00 pm.This was launched by Uhuru Kenyatta, who decided to do this due to the increasing number of covid-19 patients in our country.
Following the third wave of the spread of corona virus disease, president Uhuru Kenyatta was on 26th March forced to introduce new measures to curb its spread.Among the measures includes closure of schools including tertiary institutions, partial lockdown in Nairobi, Kajiado, Machakos, Kiambu and Nakuru.
In chain with the ramadan devotions held by the Muslims faithfuls, Muslim leaders have extended a pressing requisition to the President urging him to amend the curfew hours to allot ample time for their faithfuls to observe ramadan prayers.The current presidential decrees on the closure of religious places, restriction of movement and 8pm curfew especially in the five awfully affected counties have haggled a massive blast to Muslim brethren who perceive that they seriously yearn to perfom the Taraweh prayers.
Ramadan is the 10th month of the Islamic (lunar) calendar. Muslims fast from sunset to sunrise during the whole month, which closes when the new moon is seen offering an approach to Eid ul-Fitr festivities. The demonstration of fasting during Ramadan is one of the five pillars of Islam. During the month, Muslims have a morning meal called suhoor and they avoid food and drinks the entire day. The fast end at nightfall during a feast called iftar. Muslims fast during Ramadan to draw nearer to God through prays.
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President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni, earlier this evening, addressed the country. The president's speech touched on a wide range of issues including, prayers during this holy month of Ramadhan, restrictions of movements, among others. According to the president, Muslims can pray at night but not congregate during this holy month of Ramadhan. "You can pray in your house and the mosque as long as the numbers are within the advised by the ministry of health," added the president. On the reopening of bars and social
The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia will soon have the largest Hotel in the World.Abraj Kudai ( currently in construction in Mecca) will have 10,000 Rooms, 4 helipads, can accommodate 30,000 guests at a time, spanning 1.4 million square meters.Abraj Kudai Hotel will host thousands of Muslims who visit Mecca during the holy month of Ramadan.
Since the first case of covid-19was reported in Kenya, this is the second ramadhan the muslims are having.This ramadhan is referred to as a holy month for muslims.It began in the evening of Tuesday, this month and it will end about mid may this year.