Football is one of the most diverse sports in the world, with players from all nationalities and religions taking part. There are Muslim soccer players who have dominated the game of football with their skill and talent in Chelsea club. 1. N'Golo Kante He is French midfielder for Chelsea and France national football team.
Muslims from Middle east countries started their festive season of Ramadan on Monday, 12th April 2021 and it ended on Wednesday, 12th May 2021.They are now celebrating Eid Mubarak.Kenyan ladies working in Saudi Arabia have shared photos of gifts they have received from their bosses as they celebrate Eid Mubarak.
Image: Tanzanian President Samia Suluhu at a past religious function.Idd-Ul-Fitr is an Islamic ceremony celebrated to mark the successful end of the Holy month of Ramadan.As muslims follow the lunar Hijri calendar, a month is considered to have began or ended with the successful sighting of the moon.
Eid Mubarak is a religious celebration for muslims worldwide.This day marks the end of Ramadan month.Today Kakamega senator Cleophas Malala joined residents and youths of Lurambi constituency to celebrate this year's Eid Mubarak celebration in style.The vocal Kakamega senator launched Cleo Malalah Idd Cup tournament in Shirere ward Lurambi constituency.
Yesterday, president Uhuru Kenyatta and Raila Odinga suffered a huge blow for the first time since their political agreement.This blow came in after the ruling by the high court.The high court nullified UhuRaila's BBI bill saying that it was not valid because president Uhuru Kenyatta participated in its proposal.
Islamic leaders have dismissed reports that there are differences among believers over the day of Ramadan.According to the acting chairman of the Supreme Council of Muslims in the country (Supkem), Hassan Ole Naado, the difference in ending Ramadan among Muslims depends on the appearance of the moon.
Thousands of Muslims in the country are today set to celebrate Eid-Ul-Adha,that marks the end of the fasting period of Ramadan It is the ceremony to celebrate the sacrifice of Nabii Ibrahim,when he set out to sacrifice his son Ismail who was a substitute with a goat
Kenya have many types of religious, today is a day Muslims celebrate there Ramadhan ( Eld-ul-Fitr) " It is a spirit of kindness and sharing that reminds us of our human capacity to come together in the difficult times we are living in" Uhuru said. "I am encouraged by the gestures we as Kenyan have witnessed during the holy month.
Zari Hassan through her Instagram page posted a photo of her with a dog and captioned it: "Never forget.You are the bag.Secure yourself.Know your worth and add tax."A fan from nowhere came and commented on that post saying: "Zari wee mbwa wako hajapotea kama wa Wema?"
It is the end of Ramadan where muslims used the season to pray and reflect on there lives.Today is Idd-Ul-Fitr, a day of sharing with those who don't have.Wasafi Media CEO, Diamond Platnumz has decided to be kind and share the little he has with his fellow muslims.
A 58 year old woman dies at the Teaching and Referral hospital in Nanyuki Laikipia county after being rushed to the hospital and did not received treatment because the nurses had locked themselves in a room to celebrate their colleague's birthday. (Photo| courtesy) Halima Hassan who resides at at the Majengo area was taken to the hospital by his son and upon his arrival, several test we're conducted on her and she was told to wait in the bay.
Each year, the month begins around 11 days prior to when it started in the previous solar year.This is significant, as it has a large impact on how people experience Ramadan from year to year.Muslims fast during Ramadan, abstaining from food and drink from dawn to sunset.If the Islamic months were based on the solar calendar, with the seasons fixed, people living in certain parts of the world would always have Ramadan in summer, with long periods of daylight, while in other parts it would always have shorter winter days.
When the holy month of Ramadan approaches, Muslims all over the world will begin celebrating Eid Al-Fitr.During the period of Ramadan, Muslims took part in periods of fasting, devotion to prayer, purification and charitable acts.In order to understand the importance of Eid ul-Fitr, you need to know what and why Ramadan is celebrated.
Eid al- fitr is a religious holiday celebrated by Muslims worldwide that marks the end of the month, long dawn to sunset fasting of Ramadan.The date for the start of any fasting month varies based on when the new moon is sighted by local religious authorities, so the day of celebration varies by locality.
Eid Al-Fitr marks the finish of Ramadan – when Muslims overall break their month-long quick.The festival conveys an unmistakable significance and soul in Islam.It is an event to increment in great deeds, and the assurance to proceed in dutifulness and accommodation to one God, Allah.
Image Courtesy Reason why the Muslim Brothers and sisters can now celebrate Eid al-Fitr.Being the month of Ramadan, many Muslim faith believing individuals enter into a fasting period where they skip meals, pray and even at times help the poor so that they can seek for blessings from Allah.
Halima Hassan a 58 year old woman dies at the waiting area of Nyanyuki Teaching And Refferal Hospital In Laikipia County. She was awaiting her laboratory results while the nurses were celebrating a birthday party on Monday May the 31st. The deceased was rushed to the hospital by a family member after seeing a doctor at the Hospitals emergency unit, she was instructed to get some laboratory test to which her son Ramadan Hassan Omar took her.
As our fellow brothers and sisters; Muslims are celebrating Eid to mark the end of the month of prayer and fasting, a group of ISIS were spotted doing so in a forest also.The group of terrorist who have been a threat to security, peace, and any other socioeconomically based agendas in hand with political advancement, yesterday also took part in marking end of holly Ramadan.
The Democratic Republic Of Congo high court judge gave out a ruling that advocates for the imprisonment of 29 citizens for life.When Muslims gathered to celebrate the happy end of holy Ramadan in Kinshasa city, some clashes arose over who would lead the service.This brought chaos that led to injuries and the loss of a few citizens of the Democratic Republic of Congo.
The Muslim religion is celebrating the Eid Mubarak celebrations marking the end of their annual fasting and prayers.The Celebration mark the end of the Holy month of Ramadan globally.Muslims all over the world take part in the Celebration.Despite the Covid 19 outbreak, the Muslim believers are entitled to this and as per government directives, the mosques attendance will be limited in a bid to prevent further spread of the virus.