During Ramadhan people must assist the less fortunate and encourage actions of generosity and charity as the course of fasting teaches the pain and struggles of people who are forced to stay without food and drinks.
This is the message by the Fiji Muslim League Head of Religious Advisor Mufti Sher Khan who says the month of Ramadan is considered the most important and sacred for Muslims as it is a time for devotion, self-improvement, and spiritual reflection.
He says during Ramadhan, no food is allowed from dawn to dusk.
Khan encourages that Muslims should not miss fasting without valid reason, recite the Quran as the rewards are high during this month, offer prayers at the mosque, and do charity to the least fortunate.
He also says one must be tolerant and forgiving and encourage unity.
The religious advisor also says that charity can also be given to the people at the Islamic Institute of the South Pacific boys hostel and Fatima girls hostel in Nabua, which look after poor and needy children.
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