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Eid Mubârak Happy Feast

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To all of you, sisters and brothers, we wish a happy feast. Today, it is time to put one’s heart, one’s being, one’s body to rest and to gather all the people one’s loves : one’s family, one’s sisters and brothers, one’s friends. To smile, to offer, to love. After fasting, praying, supplicating. Still six days, if possible, during the coming month to complete the whole fast of the year.
The month of fasting is ending and life will start again. One should not forget, beyond one’s personal introspection, the destiny of the poor and the needy around the world, the victims of natural catastrophes or the oppressed under dictatorial regimes. It is necessary not to forget.
This is indeed the very lesson of this month : to rest today and, tomorrow, to live and to forget nothing. Spirituality is this remembrance, of the One, of one’s self, of the fellow human beings.
Thus, happy feast, without forgetfulness.

9 commentaires - “Eid Mubârak Happy Feast”

  1. To Professor Ramadan & Team, all the sisters and brothers


    Thank you professor for the Ramadan’s chronicles, and for conveying these deep and meaningful messages in a beautiful way.

    May Allah Bless you

  2. Dear brother Tariq Ramadan
    Eid Mubarak to you as well; we will be celebrating Eid-ul-Fitr tomorrow Sept 11,2010. As you might be knowing the country is badly hit by the worst floods in the history of Pakistan, so we’ll be celebrating Eid in a simple way by sharing our brothers & sisters who are out rendered homeless and need our help.
    I get inspiration by your lectures and articles. May Allah (SWT) keep you in peace & in good health
    Taufeeq Ahmed Raza

  3. Salem ya usted Ramadan,

    Thanks first of all for all your time that you put in to make the useful chronicles for every Ramadan day. After the already ended blessed Ramadan of 2010, I wish you from the bottom of my heard a happy Eid ul Fitr and a good health for you, your family and the whole mankind.

    May god guide, help, bless, protect and always love you as all the ones who are in need.

    Loves from the Netherlands, Hakima

  4. Assalaamu alaikum Akhi Tariq. Jazak Allahu Khairan for the Ramadan Chronicles. It was a daily part of my Ramadan. Eid Mubarak to you and your family. Uhibbukum fiLLah.

  5. The best Eid greeting I have ever received. Jazaka Allahu Khairan Br Tariq. Your Ramadan chronicles were also great.

  6. Salaam!
    Eid mubarak! Thanks again for your message. Ramadan is over, and as always the question rises: what have we really gained from this; how spiritual are we muslims still? I for one know I have a long way to go; just a month won’t do. The chronicles are meaningful and inshallah I will be coming back to them beyond ramadan.
    Let us hope this lifetime is long enough to get it right.
    For now, thanks mr. Ramadan.

  7. Salamu Alaykum, thank you so much for your meaningful messages. As a convert to Islam.. Eid can be lonely..not to mention the whole month of Ramadan. But, your chronicles gave me insight and I truly appreciate that. May Allah grant you peace and long life. Eid Mubarak!

  8. Brother Tariq,

    Your articles and chronicles during Ramadan always serve as a great read before starting the fast. Thank you so much from Minnesota.

  9. Eid Mubarak.

    May Allah(swt) bless the entire team at I pray that Allah(swt) accepts all your hardwork and sacrifices during the blessed month of Ramadan; ameen.


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Eid Mubarak Happy Feast

The month of Ramadan is leaving… With this special atmosphere, time that passes so differently, this call from the heart, from brotherhood, from love, from forgiveness. We are coming back to our habits. Another year again. There will be the six days of Shawwâl to remind us the meaning and the density of fasting and nearness.

Nothing should be forgotten. With our families, our sisters, our brothers, our fellow citizens, the school of Ramadan is a school of humility, generosity, gift and service. Of which our time is in so dire need. This should not be forgotten, nothing should be forgotten.

I would like to express here my thanks to those, women and men, who showed their support during these difficult times. Your support, your sisterhood, your brotherhood and your love are my strength. Thank you. I forget nothing. Happy feast from the bottom of my heart.

And don’t forget…. To tell the people you love that you love them. Life is fragile and our time is difficult.

Brotherly, Affectionately

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  1. As no one is responding in english let me just try to write something. In order to say thank you, thank you for all you’re giving to us each day, thank you for what you gave during this Ramadan via Chronicles and Islam & Life show. It’s a great honour to stand beside you and we’ll always try to be there and help you as we can. Best regards.

    A.M. 25 y.o, Paris.

  2. بِسْمِ اللهِ الرَّحْمنِ الرَّحِيمِِ

    Elf Mabrouk 3ala sawmou Ramadan al kareem wa 3ala nihayatih ya usted Ramadan. Atamana laka wa li al3aila min kouli qalbi Eidoun said, wa Eidoun said li kouli El Muslimin wa li atabi3in fi al3alamin.

    Antadirou bi kouli sourour li fath abwab Ramadan attali

    Ahabani Allah fa ahbabtouka fi Allah, attamana laka an youhiba Allah ba3da anas likay youhibouka kaman.

    Ja rabi, taqabal mini dou3a’i, Amien.

    Gefeliciteerd met het vasten van deze fantastisch en gezegende maand Ramadan en voor het beëindigen ervan meneer Ramadan. Ik wens u en uw familie vanuit het diepste van mijn hart een gelukkige Eid, en een gelukkig Eid voor alle Moslims and de wordenden in de werelden.

    Ik wacht met alle vreugde op de opening van de deuren van de volgende Ramadan.

    God hield van mij dus hield ik van jou, ik hoop dat god van sommige mensen zal houden zodat ze ook van jouw zullen houden.

    Oh Heer, aanvaard mijn gebed, Amen.

    Congratulation for fasting this beautiful month of ramadan and of its completion professor Ramadan. I wish you and your family from the bottom of my heart a happy Eid, and a happy Eid for all Muslims and for the followers of the worlds.

    I am waiting with all pleasure for the opening of the doors of the next ramadan.

    God loved me so I loved you in God, I wish God will love some people so that they will love you too.

    My Lord, except my prayer, Amen.

    Félicitation pour jeûner ce beau mois de Ramadan et de son accomplissement professor Ramadan. Je vous souhaite et votre famille du fond de mon coeur un bonne Eid, et un bonne Eid a tous les Musulmans et les suivants des mondes.

    J’attends avec tout le plaisir l’ouverture des portes du Ramadan prochain.

    Dieu m’aime, pour cette raison je vous aime en Dieu,
    j’espère que Dieu aimera certain des gens pour qu’ils vous aimeront.

    Mon Seigneur, excepte ma prière, Amen.

    الْحَمْدُ للّهِ رَبِّ الْعَالَمِينَ

    Loves, Hakima

  3. This is beautiful as usual. “Life is fragile and our time is difficult.” Poetic, simple, and true. EID MUBARAK!! I love you Prof. Ramadan!

  4. Asalam Alaikoem dear mr. Ramadan. Thank you for this message. For me, it was a good ramadan: a month of reflection and action. I hope it was for you as well, despite the turbulence. Wish you the best eid in the world, to you, your family, and the ones you love!

  5. As salamu alaikum,

    Dear Mr.Ramadan, I wish you, your family and the ones you love a blessed Id ul Fitr!! May Allah (t) send you his blessings and the reward for what you do for us all, for Muslims and Non-Muslims. It was (is and will be) an enriching joy to listen to your chronicles. Thanks from Vienna
    Amina E.

  6. as Salam Alaykum Prof Ramadan.

    Eid Mobarak from South Africa.
    We stand with you during you times of difficulty as we stand with you during good times.
    Thank you for the Ramadan chronicles, which were a blessing from Allah through you.

  7. Eid mubarak for you and all your visitors

    Go Ahead,
    Keep faith,
    Look Forward,
    And Keep Going,
    There Must Be A Reward From God

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Eid Mubarak – Happy Feast

       Eid Mubarak

                                              Happy Feast


May The One accept our fast,

respond to our invocations and

open our hearts


During your quest for your personal inner peace, do not forget the poor, the oppressed people and the refugees


Pray for your families, pray for us, pray for them

With love and affection

3 commentaires - “Eid Mubarak – Happy Feast”

  1. Dear Br. Ramadan,

    Eid Mubarak to you and your hounarable family.

    Would you pls add Persian language in the website’s other languages section.I think it will be great to reach some persian speaker audience from both Shi’a or Sunni sisters and brothers.

    May God Shower you with his blessings

    Many Thanks
    Your sister
    Shiva Olyaei

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