NorCal Muslim community set to observe holy month of Ramadan – KCRA Sacramento

CALIFORNIA WILL BEGIN OBSERVING RAMADAN. THE HOLY MONTH IS MARKED BY FASTING PRAYER REFLECTION AND COMMUNITY. IT’S A GOOD CAUSE BECAUSE YOU KNOW FROM DAY ONE THE MUSLIM ARE SUPPOSED TO OBSERVE THE RAMADAN. AND WHAT IT DOES IS CREATE A LOT OF LOVE AND GOOD FEELING TOWARD EVERYONE. EVERY MUSLIM OR NON-MUSLIM AND IT JUST GAVE US THE TO FAST AND SEE HOW THE PEOPLE THAT DON’T HAVE A FOOD ON THEIR TABLE HOW THEY FEEL WITHOUT GOING HUNGRY ALL DAY LONG AND THEN IT YOU KNOW OUR PROFIT MOHAMMAD PEACE BE UPON HIM TOLD US TO GIVE CHARITY DURING THIS MONTH TO THE POOR PEOPLE SO THEY CAN HAVE FOOD ON THEIR TABLE. AND THAT’S THE MAN PURPOSE FOR IT AND THEN IT’S GOOD FOR THE HEALTH. ALSO. IT’S A SPIRITUAL AN YOU KNOW FASTING FOR WHATEVER ONE FOR THE SPECIFY FOR MUSLIM. DURING THE PANDEMIC, BUT THINGS HAVE CHANGED SINCE LAST YEAR THE NATIONAL MUSLIM TASK FORCE ON COVID-19 IS URGING MUSLIMS TO CONTINUE VACCINATIONS THROUGH THE HOLY MONTH. THEY SAID THAT THE THREE AVAILABLE VACCINES ARE HALAL AND WILL NOT BREAK. YOUR FAST OFFICIALS ARE ALSO URGING PEOPLE WHO ARE ONLY FULLY VACCINATED TO ATTEND MOSQUE PRAYERS. AND FINALLY IT’S CUSTOMARY FOR MUSLIMS TO GATHER WITH FRIENDS AND FAMILY HEALTH OFFICIALS SAY IT’S STILL POSSIBLE. SO LONG AS YOU K

NorCal Muslim community set to observe holy month of Ramadan

The holy month of Ramadan begins Monday night. The Muslim community will observe with fasting, prayer and community. “What it does it create a lot of love and good feelings toward everyone, every Muslim and non-Muslim,” Mohammad Saaed of the Islamic Center of Stockton said. This will be the second Ramadan during the pandemic. Watch the video above for more.

The holy month of Ramadan begins Monday night.

The Muslim community will observe with fasting, prayer and community.

“What it does it create a lot of love and good feelings toward everyone, every Muslim and non-Muslim,” Mohammad Saaed of the Islamic Center of Stockton said.

This will be the second Ramadan during the pandemic.

Watch the video above for more.