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Celebrate the Islamic month of fasting known as Ramadan with this Howcast video series about the Muslim observance.
You Will Need
- Greeting cards
Give a traditional greeting
Give the Muslim greeting of "Ramadan Kareem," which means "Ramadan is generous" or "Ramadan is noble." This alludes to the generosity of Allah towards people.
Vary the greeting
Vary your greeting by saying "Ramadan Mubarak," which translates to "Ramadan is blessed." This is essentially a way of wishing someone a happy Ramadan.
Wish them a healthy year
Say "Kul 'am wa enta bi-khair," meaning "May every year find you in good health."
Send a card
Send Ramadan wishes for health and prosperity to family and friends via a greeting card. Ramadan greeting cards are available for purchase online and in many area stores.
Transmit an e-card
Transmit your Ramadan salutations via the internet. Readily available technology now allows users to instantly send their greetings around the world with e-cards and e-greetings.