Some Muslims across the world have taken to twitter to celebrate the beginning of Ramadan.
See reactions below:
Every year Ramadhan comes when our hearts and souls need it the most, and that is The Mercy of my Allah 🤍
Allahu Akbar ✨
— Zahraa🐼 (@ZahraaKhan2) April 12, 2021
Allahu Akbar! Alhamdullilah we have reached it to Ramadan and wow this feeling is indescribable. 😭 we made it
— Jaaæger 🦧 (@Aba_the_II) April 12, 2021
None has the right to be worshipped but Allah alone. He is the true and the only God. He has the most magnificent names and sublime perfect attributes. No one shares His divinity, nor His attributes.
— bils (@omar_bilkisu) April 13, 2021
Fasting isn’t just about not eating or drinking; it is about self control in all aspects of life.
— Malaikaa ♥️👸🏾♥️ (@cupofpositivtea) April 13, 2021
Alhamdulilah! Muslims are truly unique and islam is a religion of peace. We are genuinely excited about spending one month very hungry, hardly sleeping, praying constantly and giving away loads of money. What other people on earth is there like us? Allahu Akbar! #ramadanmubarak pic.twitter.com/PxQYqEMH4U
— Jay (@sjay1611) April 13, 2021
It’s not your duty to judge how anyone acts during Ramadan, if you can’t constructively correct people, please shut up.
Fast your own, make them fast their own🙏🏿
— ‘l o l a Roll-in Dollars🥴 (@Fayokunmii) April 12, 2021
today i was told “ramadan kareem” and i haven’t heard it in so long that i responded “allahu akbar” 💀
— م (@mahrahfee) April 12, 2021
— Manchester United (@ManUtd) April 12, 2021
Let’s avoid unnecessary conflict and trivial arguments. Let’s stay away from idle talk and meaningless entertainment. Let’s skip all the gossip and tabloid content.
— Mizi Wahid (@mizi_wahid) April 12, 2021
#RamadanKareem to all who are celebrating around this beautiful world of ours. May God guide you. May God bless you all as well. I hope this period of devotion is enriching & fruitful for you & your loved ones. Sending love & peace as you embark upon your journey. Godspeed.
— Dr. Craig Considine (@CraigCons) April 12, 2021
Wishing a peaceful Ramadan to all Muslims around the world , May this holy month bring blessings and peace 🙏🏾#RamadanKareem
— Samuel Mbah (@Mbahdeyforyou) April 13, 2021
May This Ramadan Be The Best Ramadan For Us All…Ameeeen! #ramadankareem
— Khayr❤️ (@kareema_darma) April 12, 2021
— Fawad Ahmed (@bachaji23) April 13, 2021