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Of the many email messages I receive, a common question is about how to greet Muslim friends, colleagues, students, etc. at the start of the holy month of Ramadan. There are many traditional phrases which are often used, which you can find here. Some other examples:

  • Ramadan Kareem!
  • Happy Ramadan!
  • May you and your family enjoy the blessings of Ramadan.
  • May God accept your fasting and sacrifice.
  • May every year find you in good health.

As a general rule, any greeting of congratulations and happiness are welcome, in any language or wording. This is a joyous time for Muslims, and we appreciate your well-wishes.

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