Islam: Faith, Holidays, Practice & History

Islam: Faith, Holidays, Practice & History

Islam is a monotheistic Abrahamic religion originated in the Arabian Peninsula 1400 years ago, and spread rapidly to form a majority of the population in the Middle East and many Asian and African countries. Islam now is followed by more than a billion people, making it the second largest religion in the world.

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Hinduism: World Oldest Religion

Hinduism: World Oldest Religion

Hinduism is one of the world's largest religions, followed by one billion people making it the third largest religion in the world. Most of the Hindus are in the Indian subcontinent. Nevertheless, they are not a religious majority except in India and Nepal. India has a Hindu population of 890 million.

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Judaism: the first Abrahamic religion. The Beliefs, History, and the Faith

Judaism: the first Abrahamic religion. The Beliefs, History, and the Faith

Judaism is the oldest of the Abrahamic religions, and one of the oldest monotheistic religions in the world, it is 3000 years old. Judaism is associated with the Jewish people, since the religion is not a missionary faith, meaning that it is not open to people of non-Jewish origins. Today, the Jewish population is approximately 14.5-17.4 million.

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The Night of mid-Sha’ban - Virtues, Desirable manners and heresies

The Night of mid-Sha’ban - Virtues, Desirable manners and heresies

Sha'ban is the eighth month in the Hijri calendar, which began 1440 years ago, since the migration of the Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) from Mecca to Medina. It’s the month between Rajab and Ramadan, it’s one of the times of credit to God Almighty, and it is one of the few months that contain the days of whiffs, as it has the night of mid-Sha'ban. And it is the month in which the actions of worshipers are brought to God.

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Christian Holidays and Observances

Christian Holidays and Observances

Christian holidays play a very significant part in this world’s daily agenda, even though many other people around the world are not Christians and vast areas in which Christianity has no followers. The Christian holidays are well known around the world, and they are also a critical factor in international business at certain times of the year. From its very beginning, Christianity set out to mark its historical events by holidays, creating these holidays to commemorate some meaningful event in the history of the religion birth.

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Ramadan Festival, Brief and why do we fast?

Ramadan Festival, Brief and why do we fast?

Undoubtedly, the fast is regarded as divine hence; the ninth month of the Islamic is considered a blessed one. The Dhikr of Allah forms a significant activity of the fast. The peak of the month of Ramadan is a celebration known Eid ul Fitr used to offer thanks offerings to Allah. Muslims dedicate themselves to studying the Duas as well as the Quran and occupy their time performing the Dhikr.

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Religious Holidays, How to track?

Religious Holidays, How to track?

Humans are religious beings since we practice various religions, we celebrate the several special days in our religions every now and then, so there is need to keep track of these religious holidays like the  Muslim, Christian, Jewish, Hindu, Sikh, and Buddhist Holidays. This enables us to plan ahead, and not be caught unawares. For this purpose, there is a need for a tool to curate all of the religious holidays and events, for easy access.

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