Ramadan, the Islamic holy month of fasting, has been observed in Egypt since 632 AD and is observed by Muslims around the world to commemorate the first revelation of the Quran to Muhammad. The 2017 Ramadan begins on May 26th, 2017, and will last until June 24th. [1] Muslims observe Ramadan by fasting from sunrise to sunset each day, refraining from all food, drink (including water), smoking and sex during that time period.

What is Ramadan?

Ramadan is a month-long Islamic holiday. It starts at sundown on the evening of the 29th day of the last lunar month. The holiday celebrates the revelation to Mohammad from Allah of the first verses of Surah Al-Qadr, which is considered one of the five pillars of Islam. During this time, many Muslims will fast (not eat or drink) for 30 days and pray more often than usual. Fasting helps them to focus on their spirituality and spend more time with their families because they are not allowed to eat in public or smoke

What are the benefits of using WhatsApp during Ramadan?

During the month of Ramadan, Muslim believers are required to fast from sunup to sundown. This means that they cannot eat or drink anything until after the sun has set. There is a lot of anxiety and fear that comes with this as people wonder how they'll survive the next 20-plus hours without food or water. A solution many people turn to is the Islamic WhatsApp group link chat. These groups allow them to stay in contact with their friends and family members even if they can't physically be together, which helps them feel less isolated during this time of year.

How do I create a WhatsApp group chat?

  1. You will need to download the WhatsApp application on your phone or tablet, which is available for free on Android and iOS devices. 
  2. Once you have downloaded the app and set up your account, you will need to create a new group chat with some friends (or family). 
  3. Click on Create New Group and enter in a name for the new chat (e.g., Ramadan 2018).

What are some tips for using WhatsApp during Ramadan?

If you're considering using WhatsApp this Ramadan, here are some tips for staying connected with your friends and family: 

· Have a backup plan in place. WhatsApp is not the only app out there, so if you need to use it, make sure that you have some alternatives lined up just in case. · Communicate with your friends about their plans for the day. This can help everyone stay updated on what's going on and what time to meet up at night. · Consider making a WhatsApp group chat for your family and close friends. This way, no one will miss out on important messages or announcements because they didn't see them on their individual phones. And if something happens to someone, then everyone will know immediately.