When should I fast during Ramadan?
The month of Ramadan (رمضان) is the 9th month of the Islamic calendar (Hijri).
It is observed by Muslims worldwide as a month of fasting to commemorate the first revelation of the Quran to Muhammad (swt) (al-Quran, al-Baqara, 185).
What is the difference between Imsak and Fajr?
Some Muslim calendars will add a time called “Imsak” a few minutes before Fajr (Subuh). It is only a precaution to make sure that fasting does not start after Fajr.
The fasting should start with the Fajr (Subuh) azan
During Ramadan, the Muslim Pro application shows Imsak on the main dashboard but uses the same prayer time as Fajr.
The fasting should stop with the Maghrib azan
Iftar is the evening meal taken to break your fast. During Ramadan, the Muslim Pro application shows Iftar on the main dashboard and uses the time of Maghrib.
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