To all of my Muslim Brothers and Sisters….
May this year’s Ramadan usher in a new era of Peace and Hope….
Ramadan Kareem!


  1. July 31, 2011 at 14:56

    I’m not Muslim. But Happy RAMADAN!! I also wish it brings love,peace and hope.

  2. siddiq said,

    July 31, 2011 at 15:35


  3. siddiq said,

    July 31, 2011 at 15:36

    May Allah bring peace harmony and blessing for every one,
    Muslim and non Muslim

  4. Redpossum said,

    July 31, 2011 at 16:14

    I understand what Ramadan is, obviously.

    But what does the phrase “Ramadan Kareem” mean? I tried a quick search of the web and got bupkis for explanation. There is a site by that name, but it seems to be just general explanation of what Ramadan is.

    How much you want to bet we get at least one ugly incident of blatant Islamophobia here in the USA during this Ramadan?

  5. desertpeace said,

    July 31, 2011 at 16:22

    quick translations would be a Blessed Ramadan

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  7. Mirza Ghalib said,

    July 31, 2011 at 20:29

    May the Holy month of Ramadan prove strengtheniing and enlightening for us all, Muslims and non-Muslims alike.

  8. A brother said,

    July 31, 2011 at 21:34

    Don’t use ramadan kareem, shiekh Uthaymeen stated that it is not allowed to use Allah’s name like that

  9. mohammmed said,

    July 31, 2011 at 22:00

    May Allah make us be among those that will reap the bounties of this holy month!!!

    Ramadan Kareem!!!!

  10. Mohammad said,

    August 1, 2011 at 03:44

    Ramadan Kareem to every one

  11. Mohammad said,

    August 1, 2011 at 03:51

    Ramadaan Kareem
    End is not here yet:

    Devils matrix is here:

    This is not the only world:)
    Check: Aliens in the Quran at:

  12. fiatnoor said,

    August 1, 2011 at 04:29

    God’s names number 99 and they are called in Arabic “Asma (names) Al Husna “devine”. Among them is the name AL KAREEM which means THE GENEROUS. Here are all the names http://www.sufism.org/society/asma/

    assages from the Qur’an on the
    Asma al-Husna
    The 99 Names of God

    And God’s alone are the attributes of perfection; invoke Him, then, by these, and stand aloof from all who distort the meaning of His attributes.
    Al A’Raf 7:180, tr. Asad

    Say: “Invoke God, or invoke the Most Gracious:
    by whichever name you invoke Him,
    He is always the One — for His are all the attributes of perfection.”
    Al Isra 17:110, tr. Asad

    Allah is He, other than Whom there is no other god;
    Who knows both what is hidden and what can be witnessed;
    He is the Most Compassionate and Merciful.
    Allah is He, other than Whom there is no other god;
    the Sovereign, the One, the Source of Peace,
    the Guardian of Faith, the Preserver of Security,
    the Exalted, the Compelling, the Supreme.
    Glory be to God, beyond any associations.
    He is Allah, the Creator, the Evolver, the Bestower of Form.
    To Him belong the Most Beautiful Names:
    Whatever exists in heaven and earth declares His Praise and Glory.
    And He is Exalted in Power, the Wise.
    Al Hashr 59:22

  13. tato said,

    August 1, 2011 at 04:58

    No soy musulman pero Ramadan kareem…Feliz ramadan

  14. fiatnoor said,

    August 1, 2011 at 05:15

    Remember fasting the whole month of Ramadan carries many good things like the healing of the soul, the body and the spirit. Soul-wise, it purifies our thoughts and intentions – a true grass-root to Yin and Yang so to speak, a real inner reflection on what’s important today, tomorrow and in the hereafter. It is about life’s priorities in all aspects-monetary, family & friends, husband/wife, and how we achieve or what means do we use to meet our emotional, psychological and material needs. Is it through lies and deceits or through loyalty, truth and absolute halal deeds, and if one is in doubt about a thought then fasting or Ramadan is a reminder to stay the course as no one knows when her or his meeting with Allah (SBW) is. Body-wise, during Ramadan all excesses the body endured like getting fat or earning illicit money to have halal food or the opposite earning lawfully her/his wages while eating and drinking illicit and Haram food and drinks like porc, alcohol, cigarettes and drugs come to a stop! The body will finally have its chance to rest.During extended fasts the body removes: dead, dying and diseased cells; unwanted fatty tissue, trans-fatty acids, hardened coating of mucus on the intestinal wall; toxic waste matter in the lymphatic system and bloodstream; toxins in the spleen, liver and kidney; mucus from the lungs and sinuses, imbedded toxins in the cellular fibers and deeper organ tissues; deposits in the microscopic tubes responsible for nourishing brain cells and excess cholesterol. http://www.falconblanco.com/health/fasting.htm

    As for the spirit, during fasting our spirit gets the chance to rest as well simply because God said that the month of Ramadan belongs to him (He imposed on us E’Sayam “fasting” as he imposed it on people before us -Surat Al Bakara) meaning the reciting of Qur’an, filling our spirit with Heavenly reading and prayers and other holy thoughts through out the day and night. Our spirit slowly gets to accommodates itself to be more tolerant, more forgiving, and starts to look at back on the past months where futile and stupid small things got people to lose friendship and brother/sisterhood and fight for mundane worldly things that do not last nor serve us once we are no longer part of this world.

    All the above (soul, body, spirit) are constantly bombarded by Satan through out the year to commit an illicit act, abuse oneself and others, and Ramadan is the month where all Djins are imprisoned and finally for us to be nearer our creator, to adore him, to please him and obey the Suna, be steadfast with our religious duties and observe the five pillars of Islam so we may die Muslimeen and Muslimat.

    Ramadan Moubarak to all of you and may Allah bring peace to your hearts and may He bring healing to the sick and ease of pain to those suffering, and justice to those wronged. Ameen ya Rab al Allameen.

  15. woundedknee76 said,

    August 1, 2011 at 05:25

    Ramadan Kareem, Brothers!

  16. mehnaz miraj said,

    August 1, 2011 at 06:29

    Ramadan Mubarak

  17. Rob said,

    August 1, 2011 at 08:37

    Ramadan Mubarak

  18. August 1, 2011 at 09:11

    ramadan kareem

  19. Eva said,

    August 1, 2011 at 09:34

    i’ m not Muslim but i wish you and your family a holy month of August Ramadan Kareem !

    i also wish it brings Love, Peace, and Freedom !

  20. Sokrates said,

    August 1, 2011 at 10:26

    Ramadan mubarak aydan

  21. August 1, 2011 at 13:58

    Ramadaan mubarak everyone…

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  22. AS said,

    August 1, 2011 at 14:03

    As far as I know it is not AL Kareem one of 99 Lord’s names which is used so you can use it, and Allah swt knows the Best… may this month be the one of unity, solidarity, hope for our suffering brothers and sisters in Eastern Africa and in all the Muslim world…

  23. Bashier said,

    August 1, 2011 at 15:03

    May Allah have mercy upon us all, lift a veil from the non-muslims, so we can stand together against the common enemy, and defeat it. ameen

  24. Dwayne said,

    August 1, 2011 at 20:50

    How about peace just for the sake of it without any Muslim connection?

  25. jamiulahh said,

    August 2, 2011 at 20:57

    mau allahh 4gv our sin in ramadan kareem ameni

  26. fiatnoor said,

    August 3, 2011 at 16:19

    @Dwayne: Peace Man! 🙂 yet I must humbly remind you or recall one important thing about the word “peace” when translated into Arabic it is Salam, a word that all Muslims around the world use as a form of Greetings, and guess what – I might disappoint you a bit though, It is an Islamic (Arabic) word of choice as the Prophet Mohamed (s.a.a.w.) greeted his companions with this word. So, Salam just for the sake of it even though it comes with an Islamic connotation. And this is this very same word that will be used when we get greeted in Al Jana (paradise) in Sha-Allah (God willing), and may you join us if you are among the Al Muhsinun.

    May Allah (SWT) bestow his pleasure on us, and may he shine each of our steps and lighten our path and guide us into all that is Halal and accepts from us our Si’yam (fasting) during this holy month of Ramadan. Ameen.

  27. shehu said,

    August 3, 2011 at 20:41

    i lv tis site.

  28. MD MAHMUD ALAM said,

    August 5, 2011 at 06:13

    i am very very happy holly month of the ramadan i like to much ramadan month.

  29. Adebisi kudirat said,

    August 6, 2011 at 09:04

    Ramadan kareem

  30. Tim said,

    August 6, 2011 at 21:52

    @fiatnoor I am one of the “people of the book” but not Muslim. I think this is the best phrase from the Quran on why muslims say peace.

    Al-Furqan [25:63] And the servants of (Allah) Most Gracious are those who walk on the earth in humility, and when the ignorant address them, they say “Peace!”

    Ramadan Kareem!

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