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Ramadan Starts From USA to Ukraine

Save the Date: Ramadan 2022 VS invasion of Ukraine

Remember 2022 month of fasting; everyone was thinking about the Ukraine war, who is winning; hope Ramadan in 2023 will be different.

Ramadan is expected to start on the evening of Wednesday 22 March, in the United States. This date may vary slightly depending on the sighting of the new moon. Ramadan lasts for 29 or 30 days, depending on the sighting of the new moon on the 29th day. The exact number of days of Ramadan 2023 will be confirmed closer to the start date.

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The beginning of Ramadan is a time of excitement and anticipation for Muslims. They prepare for the month of fasting by stocking up on food and necessities, making a plan for their spiritual journey during the month, and mentally preparing for the challenges that come with fasting. It is a time of unity and brotherhood, where families and friends come together to break their fasts and share meals.

However, Ramadan 2022 was overshadowed by the ongoing war in Ukraine. Muslims around the world were following the developments in the region closely and praying for peace. The war had a significant impact on the Muslim community, particularly in Ukraine and neighboring countries. It affected their ability to practice their religion freely and disrupted their daily lives.

As we approach Ramadan 2023, let us hope for a different atmosphere. Let us pray for peace and stability in Ukraine and all parts of the world. Let us also reflect on the lessons we learned during the pandemic and how it impacted our ability to observe Ramadan in 2020 and 2021. The pandemic made it challenging for Muslims to observe Ramadan in the traditional sense, with mosques closed and social distancing measures in place. However, it also taught us the importance of adapting to new situations and finding innovative ways to practice our faith.

Ramadan is not just about abstaining from food and drink during the day. It is a time of spiritual reflection and growth. Muslims use this month to strengthen their relationship with Allah, increase their good deeds, and improve their character. It is also a time of giving and charity. Muslims are encouraged to donate to the less fortunate and help those in need. The pandemic has made this aspect of Ramadan even more crucial, with many people struggling financially due to the economic impact of the virus.

In conclusion, Ramadan 2023 is fast approaching, and Muslims around the world are eagerly anticipating its arrival. Let us pray for peace and stability in all parts of the world, especially in regions affected by conflict and unrest. Let us also use this month to reflect on the lessons we learned during the pandemic and to strengthen our relationship with Allah. Ramadan is a time of unity, charity, and spiritual growth, and we should make the most of it. So, how many days left in Ramadan 2023? It is still too early to say, but we can start preparing for this blessed month with enthusiasm and hope.

Ruslan Smirnov (Remindable)