11. May your love and devotion to Allah be a source of peace and comfort during the next four weeks. Ramadan Mubarak. 12. Ramadan is here and with it, I want to wish you all peace, prosperity and Allah’s blessings. Happy Ramadan.
Ramadan is a time for reflection, contemplation and celebration. More than a billion Muslims around the world commemorate the holy month of Ramadan with fasting and prayer to devote themselves to their faith. Express.co.uk has compiled a list of the best greetings
They said: “Ramadan Kareem is not a greeting as far as I believe. “It’s just a statement like, ‘Ramadan Kareem has arrived’, which means the blessed month of Ramadan has arrived. “Kareem means ‘generous’, and so Ramadan Kareem means ‘Generous Ramadan’, which
Ramadan Mubarak is many Muslims favoured greeting, as Ramadan Kareem’s use is subject to debate. The phrase translated means “generous Ramadan”, and is perceived by some as running counter to the month’s purpose. Fasting is a time of introspection rather than indulgence