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Did you know Ramadan is not technically a holiday? Ramadan occurs during the ninth month of the Islamic calendar and is a time of fasting, in accordance with the Five Pillars of Islam. The word “Ramadan” actually comes from the Arabic word meaning “dryness”, which is fitting, as Muslims cannot eat or drink from sunrise to sunset for the duration of the month (with a few exceptions).
Of course, there is a lot more to the holy month than fasting. You or your students can learn more about Ramadan and pick some useful Arabic vocabulary with this free Arabic lesson powered by Transparent Language Online.
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