During the month of Ramadan Muslims across Wales have been fasting during daylight hours.
Ramadan ends when the new moon is spotted in the sky, which means it changes depending on where you are in the world. But in the UK, it's expected to be this Friday evening.
In Cardiff, groups of volunteers are making sure that when it is finally time to eat, there's lots of food available for everyone - no matter their faith - to enjoy.
The month of Ramadan is a month of giving, and providing, and the Mosque provides as much food to anybody who choses to come to the Mosque.
We have people who are homeless and need food, people who just don't get three main meals because they can't afford it so the Mosque is very open in that sense and goes back to the sense of giving within Islam.
What is Ramadan?
- Takes place during the ninth month of the Muslim year, where strict fasting is observed from dawn to sunset.
- Fasting during Ramadan is one of the so-called five pillars, or obligations described in Islamic texts, which many Muslims follow.
- Certain people such as children, pregnant or breastfeeding women, the elderly, anyone who is sick and anyone travelling on a journey is exempt.
- Those participating then break their fast at sundown with a communal “Iftar” meal.
- Ramadan is not all about fasting. There is also a heavy emphasis on the concept of “sadaqah” or voluntary giving and good deeds to help others.
The festival of Eid-Ul-Fitr - meaning 'breaking of the feast' - marks the end of Ramadan in Islam.
Like Ramadan, when Eid is celebrated depends on when the new moon is spotted, so celebrations in Wales will take place this weekend.
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