Ramadan in Belek

Ramadan in Belek
2020-11-22 21:23:38
Belek Travel

The month of Ramadan, one of the most important months of the Islamic world, is the month of people sharing, solidarity, reconciliation. It is forbidden to consume any food and food during the period between the morning prayer and the evening adhan during Ramadan. If consumed, fasting will be impaired. The goal here is not to starve yourself, but to make sure that people empathize with hunger and empathy, and to thank God. In scientific studies, it has been determined that the fast held during Ramadan is beneficial to health. During Ramadan, which lasts 30 days, people are useful to human health because of resting their stomachs.
During Ramadan, which is a sharing month, neighbors invite each other to dinner and share their meals with their neighbors. Those who are in good financial condition are in conflict with the poor to address the needs of the poor by giving the poor the conditions of Islam. of the During Ramadan, which lasts 30 days, people are useful to human health because of resting their stomachs.
During Ramadan, which is a sharing month, neighbors invite each other to dinner and share their meals with their neighbors. Those who are in good financial condition are in conflict with the poor to address the needs of the poor by giving the poor the conditions of Islam. From the aid made during Ramadan, the name of another is called fitre. How many people are in a house, the head of the family gives the amount set for all households that year to a needy person.
Belekte also has a good month of Ramadan, of course. As you walk around, you'll see the tradesmen start having dinner with the evening prayer. From the lights that are open in the middle of the night, you can see those houses awakening to a dinner called sahur. At the end of Ramadan, all people visit each other and serve each other again with the eid al-Fitr. This year, the eid al-Fitr falls in late May. In May, the sea and the weather in belek are very nice and we can invite you on a boat tour in Belek city.

In 2020, due to coronavirus, the prayer called teravih was not worshipped collectively by Muslims. We hope that in 2021 Muslims will be able to perform teravih prayer worship collectively.