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Wednesday, May 03, 2017

TOP 10 REMINDERS FOR OFWS DURING MONTH OF RAMADAN

Now that Ramadan is almost at hand, we would like to remind all OFWs who are in Muslim countries to be very cautious and be reminded of what to do and not what to do during the holy month of Ramadan. All muslims practice fasting during the month of Ramadan. It is considered holy and compulsory to be observe by the adults. As guest to the muslim country where I am now, It is but proper and courteous for OFWs to obey the culture on each muslim host country during fasting month.  What is Sawm (Fasting)?  The Arabic word for fasting is called "sawm" in the Quran. The word sawm literally means "to abstain".According to Shariyah, the word sawm means to abstain from all those things that are forbidden during fasting from the break of dawn to the sunset, and to do this with the intention of fasting.     Who should fast?   Fasting in the month of Ramadan is obligatory upon every adult Muslim, male or female, who has reached puberty, is sane and who is not sick or traveling.     Who should not fast?   1. Insane or mentally challenge person.  2. Children who are not adolescent yet.  3. The elderly and chronically ill people.   4. Pregnant and lacatating mother.  5. Women during the period of menstruation.
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Now that Ramadan is almost at hand, we would like to remind all  expatriates who are in Muslim countries to be very cautious and be reminded of what to do and not what to do during the holy month of Ramadan.




All Muslims practice fasting during the month of Ramadan. It is considered holy and compulsory and must be observed by the adults. As guest to the Muslim country where I am now, It is but proper and courteous for expatriates to obey or at least respect the culture in the (Muslim) host country during fasting month.
Now that Ramadan is almost at hand, we would like to remind all OFWs who are in Muslim countries to be very cautious and be reminded of what to do and not what to do during the holy month of Ramadan. All muslims practice fasting during the month of Ramadan. It is considered holy and compulsory to be observe by the adults. As guest to the muslim country where I am now, It is but proper and courteous for OFWs to obey the culture on each muslim host country during fasting month.  What is Sawm (Fasting)?  The Arabic word for fasting is called "sawm" in the Quran. The word sawm literally means "to abstain".According to Shariyah, the word sawm means to abstain from all those things that are forbidden during fasting from the break of dawn to the sunset, and to do this with the intention of fasting.     Who should fast?   Fasting in the month of Ramadan is obligatory upon every adult Muslim, male or female, who has reached puberty, is sane and who is not sick or traveling.     Who should not fast?   1. Insane or mentally challenge person.  2. Children who are not adolescent yet.  3. The elderly and chronically ill people.   4. Pregnant and lacatating mother.  5. Women during the period of menstruation.
What is Sawm (Fasting)?
The Arabic word for fasting is called "sawm" in the Quran. The word sawm literally means "to abstain". According to Shariyah, the word sawm means to abstain from all those things that are forbidden during fasting from the break of dawn to the sunset, and to do this with the intention of fasting.

Who should fast? 
Fasting in the month of Ramadan is obligatory upon every adult Muslim, male or female, who has reached puberty, is sane and who is not sick or traveling.

Who should not fast? 
1. Insane or mentally challenge person.
2. Children who are not adolescent yet.
3. The elderly and chronically ill people. 
4. Pregnant and lactating mother.
5. Women during the period of menstruation.






Now that Ramadan is almost at hand, we would like to remind all OFWs who are in Muslim countries to be very cautious and be reminded of what to do and not what to do during the holy month of Ramadan. All muslims practice fasting during the month of Ramadan. It is considered holy and compulsory to be observe by the adults. As guest to the muslim country where I am now, It is but proper and courteous for OFWs to obey the culture on each muslim host country during fasting month.  What is Sawm (Fasting)?  The Arabic word for fasting is called "sawm" in the Quran. The word sawm literally means "to abstain".According to Shariyah, the word sawm means to abstain from all those things that are forbidden during fasting from the break of dawn to the sunset, and to do this with the intention of fasting.     Who should fast?   Fasting in the month of Ramadan is obligatory upon every adult Muslim, male or female, who has reached puberty, is sane and who is not sick or traveling.     Who should not fast?   1. Insane or mentally challenge person.  2. Children who are not adolescent yet.  3. The elderly and chronically ill people.   4. Pregnant and lacatating mother.  5. Women during the period of menstruation.
For expatriates who are experiencing Ramadan in a Muslim country, these words will be commonly mentioned and can be heard from your employer or colleagues.
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