This is written from memory and my own observations, having been employed in accounting by an Arab Oil Company Scholarship program for seven years during the 1980s, during which their great sense of pride in their fasting during Ramadan was evident, as they believed that they were pleasing their demonic idol, Allah.
Eid al-Fitr is the religious celebration at the end of the annual month of Ramadan (the most holy Islamic holiday), on the first day of the tenth month of the Muslim lunar calendar.
The conclusion of Ramadan is marked with a major celebration known as Eid al-Fitr (or Eid ul-Fitr), the "Feast of Fast-Breaking." It starts the day after Ramadan ends and lasts for three days.
Ramadan or Ramazan is during the ninth month of the lunar Islamic calendar, observed by Muslims worldwide as a month of fasting, prayer, and community gathering.
Adult muslims are allowed nothing by mouth, either food or drink from sunrise to sunset, breaking their fast at sundown, which is brutal when Ramadan occurs during the summer months, as they are expected to maintain their employment or other daily routine.
They must also abstain from sex and tobacco during the daylight hours for the full month.
Each night, however, they pamper themselves by gathering together for three elaborate meals during the hours of darkness.
There are now Islamic places of worship, called mosques, in all of the 50 states.
Ramadan is in remembrance of Muhammad's first revelation in 610 A.D. from a spiritual entity that claimed to be the Archangel, Gabriel.
In subsequent appearances to Muhammad, this spiritual emissary of Satan who called his god Allah, contradicted the gospel of Jesus Christ, claiming that Jesus was never actually crucified, but someone else was instead.
This spirit being also denied that Jesus was the Son of God, but that He was only a Prophet, and that Muhammad was the final and greatest prophet, so the Qur'an is anti-Christ in spirit, meaning it was not and could not have been received from the Gabriel of the Bible, or that he could have been sent by the God of the Bible.
This was the beginning of the revelations Muhammad would claim to receive during the remainder of his life, which were written down after his death in 632 A.D., as he could neither read or write, and compiled into the book Islam now considers its holy book, known as the Qur'an or Koran.
The annual observance of Ramadan is regarded as one of the five mandatory Pillars of Islam, which is strictly a religion of works, as there is no grace in Islam.
Ramadan lasts twenty-nine to thirty days, from one sighting of the crescent moon to the next crescent moon.
The end of Ramadan is celebrated with a three-day festival known as Eid al-Fitr, one of Islam’s major holidays. Ramadan always falls on the ninth month of the 12-month Islamic lunar calendar, and Ramadan in this year of 2020 began at sunset on Thursday, April 23, and ends on Saturday, May 23.
This period of Eid al-Fitr is often accompanied by Islamic terrorist attacks against infidels throughout the world, who are anyone who is not Islamic. This is done in compliance with Allah's demand for Jihad against all non-believers, according to Muhammad's teaching.
The Quran states:
“The month of Ramadhan [is that] in which was revealed the Qur’an, guidance for the people and clear proofs of guidance and criterion. So whoever sights [the new moon of] the month, let him fast it.”
All Muslims who have reached puberty and are in good health are required to fast during the day for the full month. The sick and elderly, along with travelers, pregnant women and those who are nursing are exempt, although they are supposed to make up for the missed fast days sometime in the future.
A very joyous Eid al-Fitr to all, May peace be with you.