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We wish all our Muslim families and Muslim Communities in Hong Kong an unforgettable and meaningful Eid al-Fitr🙏 ... See MoreSee Less

We wish all our Muslim families and Muslim Communities in Hong Kong an unforgettable and meaningful Eid al-Fitr🙏

Happy Ramadan

Dear all parents and children! We hope you all healthy and doing well.
We have celebrated Easter recently, we hope you all enjoyed and blessed with Easter. Now we have another celebration which is also very important and we wish you all enjoy and blessed with it.

So, today is a very special day. The Holy month of Ramadan has already started yesterday night. Today is the first day of fasting. It will take a month. At the end of the Ramadan we will celebrate it, as we celebrate all holidays as a cultural event, through online platforms and we will send some small gifts to all students. So, we congratulate all Rosebud's Muslim families and all Hong Kong Muslim communities with Ramadan. We wish everyone a very blessed and happy Ramadan.

We are sharing a video with you sent us by one of our Muslim parents to have a better understanding of Ramadan.

A very brief information about it; Ramadan is the ninth month of the Islamic calendar, observed by Muslims worldwide as a month of fasting, prayer, reflection and community. The annual observance of Ramadan is regarded as one of the Five Pillars of Islam and lasts twenty-nine to thirty days, from one sighting of the crescent moon to the next.

Fasting from sunrise to sunset is obligatory for all adult Muslims who are not acutely or chronically ill, travelling, elderly, pregnant, breastfeeding, diabetic, or menstruating.The predawn meal is referred to as suhur, and after sunset feast that breaks the fast is called iftar.

Muslims are devoting themselves instead to prayer, recitation of the Holy Book of Qur'an and the performance of charitable deeds as they strive for purity and heightened awareness of God.

At the end, we are living in a spiritual time like Easter and Ramadan, we are sharing with you some wishes and blessings from a famous Muslim Scholar.

"To take precautions for preserving public health is a form of active prayer. One other important thing we can do is to knock on the door of the God of all humanity with a grieving heart through our supplication.

Both active prayer through taking precautions and our supplications to God are our duties as His servants.

Therefore, I urge everyone to pray for the health and safety of humanity at this difficult time.

May God, the Most Compassionate, save humanity from this pandemic, cure those who are ill, and give perseverance to those who lost their loved ones. May He help all those who are fighting against this pandemic including healthcare workers, state officials, and volunteers."

Be healthy, don't worry be happy!
Happy Ramadan!
Ramadan Kareem!

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A 'Thank you' note to all the health workers from our Primary2 students ❤ ... See MoreSee Less

A Thank you note to all the health workers from our Primary2 students ❤

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Thanks to all doctors and nurses.

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