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4 things Muslims don’t want to see in Ramadan

The auspicious month of Ramadan has almost passed. The holy month of Ramadan is an extremely peaceful month in which all Muslims around the world finds inner peace through acts of worship and also the reading of the Holy Quran.


In this Holy month, the Holy Book of Muslims, the Holy Quran was revealed to all of the mankind. In this month Muslims earn rewards at a higher rate from all their good deeds and acts of worship.
Through the act of fasting, a Muslims finds their true inner power. However, it is with great sadness that over the years the general meaning of the month of Ramadan in our lives has changed drastically.

No longer is this Holy Month the same as it used to be in the time of our Holy Prophet (PBUH). The true meaning of Ramadan is the act of fasting and finding self-discipline while doing good deeds. Nobody knows why every year there is a negative element associated with this Holy Month.

The true meaning of this Holy Month must be revived to eradicate the filth associated with it these days. Muslims should bring back the true meaning and image of Ramadan.

It should be remembered that if we can successfully refrain from losing our temper or behaving badly during the month of Ramadan, we would do it in the rest of the year as well.
1. A change which would be most welcome by the people themselves would be their own rude behavior out on the streets and their raging anger during the fasting hours. What the people don’t want to see is some people blasting off other people with their anger especially during fasting hours of Ramadan.

2. A person who is driving on the road only half an hour after the Iftar time will be extremely different to someone driving on the road half an hour before Iftar.

The only excuse that these people come up with is that they are sorry but they were fasting. This makes no sense as fasting is supposed to make one more self-disciplined and not to be having extreme cases of road rage.
3. Another thing we see in Ramadan is the addictive shoppers who rush to the malls and go on binge shopping trips. Ironically this month which teaches us to be humble has been associated with shopping somehow.

Most shops offer added discounts in Ramadan and families often take advantage of this, however, it also causes a commotion on the streets which leads to traffic jams and also road rage chances are highly increased.

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