Elrazi university welcomes the sacred month of Ramadan by announcing that next Thursday, 23rd of March, an official holiday for all students & employees.
Fasting is one of the five pillars of Islam and is prescribed for all Muslims…
Fasting is one of the five pillars of Islam and is prescribed for all Muslims. This period aims to be a space for showing gratefulness for all we have, and a space for reflection in individual habits and bettering our characters. During Ramadan, Muslims across the world gather after nightfall in the mosque for special communal prayers called Taraweeh (night prayers) which are in addition to the five daily prayers that are part of the core of Islam.
A special word to all our Students
Elrazi advises its hard-working students to make the most out of this time; “Ramadan is a time for worship as well as reflection, revision & reformation.” Prof Ibrahim Ghandour, the University President said, adding: “Revision can be an act of worship with the correct intentions”.
Finally, we wish for all students & staff, a happy holiday.