Almost all Muslims try to give up bad habits during Ramadan, and some will try to become better Muslims by praying more or reading the Qur’an. Many Muslims will attempt to read the whole of the Qur'an at least once during the Ramadan period. Many will also attend special services in Mosques during which the Qur'an is read.
Why Do Muslims Fast During Ramadan?
Muslims fast during Ramadan in order to: obey the injunction of Allah, to keep with the Muslim faith, to show self-control, self-discipline as well as generosity. As they fast, they also remember the poor and the sick. The regular Muslim fast to spirituality, modesty and patience. It is a time to cleanse the soul, focus attention on God, and put into practice selflessness. Ramadan is a time for Muslims to fast for the sake of God and to put forward more prayer than is customary.
What Do Muslims Do During Ramadan?
The daily schedule for a Muslim participating in Ramadan can be hard on the body. They will wake early (before sunrise) to eat. As soon as the sun comes up, they must refrain from both food and drink (including water) until the sun sets, and if Ramadan happens to fall during the summer, this makes for a long day. After sunset, the individual may eat and drink anything but alcohol