Mishal Sakina Ladak
An interesting feeling of a new French Muslim from the month of Ramadan

Seeing Muslims unite (no matter what sect you are from) and everyone getting together for iftaar is just awesome. Also, you gain more respect from the non-Muslims, it even inspires some of them to fast as well

According to rahyafte (the missionaries and converts website):

How do you spend your Ramadan?

For me, the excitement of Ramadhan begins at night, just after iftar and maghrebain prayers. I usually go to the mosque where we get to recite Quran and listen to dua iftItah followed by a lecture. I try not to miss out a single night because the joy of getting together with everyone at the mosque each night is amazing. During weekends, I usually spend my time at night playing badminton.

What does Ramadan mean to you?

I love the month of Ramadan. It means a lot to me. Seeing Muslims unite (no matter what sect you are from) and everyone getting together for iftaar is just awesome. Also, you gain more respect from the non-Muslims, it even inspires some of them to fast as well. It’s more than just fasting – it’s about unity, patience and control.

 

What do you hope to achieve this Ramadan?

Well, I hope to finish reciting the Quran and help out in organizing charity and iftaar events. I would like to try uplift myself spiritually inshALlah

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