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    Sunday, 26 November 2017

    Ramadan 2017 - 2018 UK Calendar with Exact Times (London, etc.)

    The sacred month of Ramadan 2018 is almost upon us, which always bring a great opportunity for Muslims to seek maximum blessings. Ramadan is the ninth lunar month and its first day starts with the appearance of the moon at the end of Sha'ban (eighth month of the Islamic calendar).

    With 2.7 million Muslim, majority residing in London, England, Islam is third largest religion in United Kingdom. The fasting duration in UK is used to be longer in comparison to most parts of the world. As you can see in Ramadan 2018 calendar that, the fasting duration on the first day of Ramadan in London, UK will be 18 hours and 34 minutes. And the longest fast will be observe on 21st of Ramadan which is 18 hours and 55 minutes long. It will start at 2:26 am and will end at 9:21 pm as per prayer times calculated using Muslim World League method.

    ramadan 2018 uk calendar

    When is the First and Last Day of Ramadan 2018 in UK

    For Hijri dates, Muslims of UK are divided into two communities, the one who follows Saudi Arabia and, the other group of people follow Ramadan dates announced by the Coordination of Major Islamic Centres and Mosques of London. On the evening of 16th May 2018, Ramadan moon can be seen easily by use of optical aid or even by naked eye in Saudi Arabia. But in UK, it is not much easy to see Ramadan crescent by naked eye but can be seen easily by use of optical aid on 16th May evening if weather remains clear. So, the first day of Ramadan 2018 in UK will begin from 17th May, Thursday across the United Kingdom.

    Similarly, Ramadan 2018 can be 29 or 30 days long. As the last day of fasting month in UK will be on 25th June, Sunday, for the people that follow dates announced by local sighting. But for communities who follow KSA is yet to be confirmed, as it can end on Saturday, 24th June.

    Dates of Ramadan in UK Timetable

    YearHijriFirst Day of RamadanLast Day of Ramadan
    20151436Thursday, June 18Friday, July 17
    20161437Tuesday, June 7Wednesday, July 6
    20171438Saturday, May 27Sunday, June 25
    20181439Thursday, May 17Thursday, June 14
    20191440Monday, May 6Tuesday, June 4
    20201441Friday, April 24Saturday, May 23
    20211442Tuesday, April 13Wednesday, May 12
    20221443Sunday, April 3Monday, May 2
    20231444Thursday, March 23Friday, April 21
    20241445Monday, March 11Tuesday, April 9

    UK Ramadan Calendar 2017 - 2018 with Fasting Times

    Ramadan Date Day Suhoor
    (London - Birmingham - Manchester)
    Iftar
    (London - Birmingham - Manchester)
    1 May 27 Sat 2:29 AM - 2:34 AM - 2:33 AM9:03 PM - 9:15 PM - 9:22 PM
    2 May 28 Sun 2:28 AM - 2:34 AM - 2:32 AM9:05 PM - 9:17 PM - 9:24 PM
    3 May 29 Mon 2:28 AM - 2:33 AM - 2:32 AM9:06 PM - 9:18 PM - 9:25 PM
    4 May 30 Tue 2:28 AM - 2:33 AM - 2:32 AM9:07 PM - 9:19 PM - 9:26 PM
    5 May 31 Wed 2:28 AM - 2:33 AM - 2:32 AM9:08 PM - 9:20 PM - 9:27 PM
    6 June 1 Thu 2:27 AM - 2:32 AM - 2:31 AM9:09 PM - 9:21 PM - 9:29 PM
    7 June 2 Fri 2:27 AM - 2:32 AM - 2:31 AM9:10 PM - 9:22 PM - 9:30 PM
    8 June 3 Sat 2:27 AM - 2:32 AM - 2:31 AM9:11 PM - 9:24 PM - 9:31 PM
    9 June 4 Sun 2:27 AM - 2:32 AM - 2:31 AM9:12 PM - 9:25 PM - 9:32 PM
    10 June 5 Mon 2:27 AM - 2:32 AM - 2:30 AM9:13 PM - 9:26 PM - 9:33 PM
    11 June 6 Tue 2:26 AM - 2:32 AM - 2:30 AM9:14 PM - 9:26 PM - 9:34 PM
    12 June 7 Wed 2:26 AM - 2:31 AM - 2:30 AM9:15 PM - 9:27 PM - 9:35 PM
    13 June 8 Thu 2:26 AM - 2:31 AM - 2:30 AM9:16 PM - 9:28 PM - 9:36 PM
    14 June 9 Fri 2:26 AM - 2:31 AM - 2:30 AM9:17 PM - 9:29 PM - 9:37 PM
    15 June 10 Sat 2:26 AM - 2:31 AM - 2:30 AM9:17 PM - 9:30 PM - 9:38 PM
    16 June 11 Sun 2:26 AM - 2:31 AM - 2:30 AM9:18 PM - 9:30 PM - 9:38 PM
    17 June 12 Mon 2:26 AM - 2:31 AM - 2:30 AM9:19 PM - 9:31 PM - 9:39 PM
    18 June 13 Tue 2:26 AM - 2:31 AM - 2:30 AM9:19 PM - 9:32 PM - 9:40 PM
    19 June 14 Wed 2:26 AM - 2:31 AM - 2:30 AM9:20 PM - 9:32 PM - 9:40 PM
    20 June 15 Thu 2:26 AM - 2:31 AM - 2:30 AM9:20 PM - 9:33 PM - 9:41 PM
    21 June 16 Fri 2:26 AM - 2:31 AM - 2:30 AM9:21 PM - 9:33 PM - 9:41 PM
    22 June 17 Sat 2:27 AM - 2:32 AM - 2:30 AM9:21 PM - 9:34 PM - 9:42 PM
    23 June 18 Sun 2:27 AM - 2:32 AM - 2:30 AM9:21 PM - 9:34 PM - 9:42 PM
    24 June 19 Mon 2:27 AM - 2:32 AM - 2:30 AM9:22 PM - 9:34 PM - 9:42 PM
    25 June 20 Tue 2:27 AM - 2:32 AM - 2:31 AM9:22 PM - 9:35 PM - 9:43 PM
    26 June 21 Wed 2:27 AM - 2:32 AM - 2:31 AM9:22 PM - 9:35 PM - 9:43 PM
    27 June 22 Thu 2:27 AM - 2:32 AM - 2:31 AM9:22 PM - 9:35 PM - 9:43 PM
    28 June 23 Fri 2:28 AM - 2:33 AM - 2:31 AM9:23 PM - 9:35 PM - 9:43 PM
    29 June 24 Sat 2:28 AM - 2:33 AM - 2:31 AM9:23 PM - 9:35 PM - 9:43 PM
    30 June 25 Sun 2:28 AM - 2:33 AM - 2:32 AM9:23 PM - 9:35 PM - 9:43 PM

    You may also download Ramadan month fasting schedule for more cities by clicking on there names; London, Birmingham, Manchester, Leeds, Leicester, Glasgow, Sheffield, Bradford, and Edinburgh.

    Wisdom Of Fasting

    Allah’s wisdom for the month of Ramadan can be sought and scrutinised if we Muslim reflect upon the teachings and principles of Ramadan. Allah has designed the rulings of Ramadan in a perfect manner that is adequate for the Muslims to resurrect their spiritual morals. In Quran Allah has mentioned the virtues and reasons of Ramadan at several places and quoting one example of Surah Baqarah in which Allah has enjoined Muslim towards fasting in the following manner:

    "O you who believe! Observing As-Sawm (the fasting) is prescribed for you as it was prescribed for those before you, that you may become Al-Muttaqoon (the pious)."

    By these following verses, it is crystal clear that Allah wants the piety of the believer rather than his hunger or thirst. Fasting ultimately helps the Muslims to avoid the forbidden and it helps to fulfil the commands of Islam altogether throughout the rest of the other months. Fasting is a tool that automatically makes us thankful for all the pleasures and luxuries we enjoy without showing any gratitude to the giver (Allah). It is incumbent upon us to realise that when all the great pleasure of our life are kept away from us like eating, drinking etc we come to value those things even more while abstaining from them. This act triggers us to be grateful to Allah. It must be noted that these things inculcate in us without our conscious mind getting to know it. Such is the mercy of Allah.

    Moreover, fasting is the great way to shun all illegal desires that might pop up in the head of young Generation. Prophet Muhammad (s) had said that:

    "O young men! Whoever among you can afford to get married, let him do so, for it is more effective in lowering the gaze and protecting one's chastity. Whoever cannot do that, let him fast, for it will be a shield for him.”

    Hence fasting is a cure to the disease of illegal desires, this is because in comparison to the hunger and thirst the intensity of those desires subsides and they lessen as the Muslim continues to fast.

    Saturday, 1 April 2017

    Ramadan 2017 - 2018 UK Calendar with Exact Times (London, etc.)

    The sacred month of Ramadan 2017 is almost upon us, which always bring a great opportunity for Muslims to seek maximum blessings. Ramadan is the ninth lunar month and its first day starts with the appearance of the moon at the end of Sha'ban (eighth month of the Islamic calendar).

    With 2.7 million Muslim, majority residing in London, England, Islam is third largest religion in United Kingdom. The fasting duration in UK is used to be longer in comparison to most parts of the world. As you can see in Ramadan 2017 calendar that, the fasting duration on the first day of Ramadan in London, UK will be 18 hours and 34 minutes. And the longest fast will be observe on 21st of Ramadan which is 18 hours and 55 minutes long. It will start at 2:26 am and will end at 9:21 pm as per prayer times calculated using Muslim World League method.

    ramadan 2017 uk calendar

    When is the First and Last Day of Ramadan 2017 in UK

    For Hijri dates, Muslims of UK are divided into two communities, the one who follows Saudi Arabia and, the other group of people follow Ramadan dates announced by the Coordination of Major Islamic Centres and Mosques of London. On the evening of 26th May 2017, Ramadan moon can be seen easily by use of optical aid or even by naked eye in Saudi Arabia. But in UK, it is impossible to see Ramadan crescent on 26th May evening by naked eye but possible by telescope if weather remains clear. So, the first day of Ramadan 2017 in UK will begin from 27th May, Saturday but, not necessarily across the Kingdom.

    When is the First and Last Day of Ramadan 2018 in UK

    For Hijri dates, Muslims of UK are divided into two communities, the one who follows Saudi Arabia and, the other group of people follow Ramadan dates announced by the Coordination of Major Islamic Centres and Mosques of London. On the evening of 16th May 2018, Ramadan moon can be seen easily by use of optical aid or even by naked eye in Saudi Arabia. But in UK, it is not much easy to see Ramadan crescent by naked eye but can be seen easily by use of optical aid on 16th May evening if weather remains clear. So, the first day of Ramadan 2018 in UK will begin from 17th May, Thursday across the United Kingdom.

    Similarly, Ramadan 2017 can be 29 or 30 days long. As the last day of fasting month in UK will be on 25th June, Sunday, for the people that follow dates announced by local sighting. But for communities who follow KSA is yet to be confirmed, as it can end on Saturday, 24th June.

    Dates of Ramadan in UK Timetable

    YearHijriFirst Day of RamadanLast Day of Ramadan
    20151436Thursday, June 18Friday, July 17
    20161437Tuesday, June 7Wednesday, July 6
    20171438Saturday, May 27Sunday, June 25
    20181439Thursday, May 17Thursday, June 14
    20191440Monday, May 6Tuesday, June 4
    20201441Friday, April 24Saturday, May 23
    20211442Tuesday, April 13Wednesday, May 12
    20221443Sunday, April 3Monday, May 2
    20231444Thursday, March 23Friday, April 21
    20241445Monday, March 11Tuesday, April 9

    UK Ramadan Calendar 2017 - 2018 with Fasting Times

    Ramadan Date Day Suhoor
    (London - Birmingham - Manchester)
    Iftar
    (London - Birmingham - Manchester)
    1 May 27 Sat 2:29 AM - 2:34 AM - 2:33 AM9:03 PM - 9:15 PM - 9:22 PM
    2 May 28 Sun 2:28 AM - 2:34 AM - 2:32 AM9:05 PM - 9:17 PM - 9:24 PM
    3 May 29 Mon 2:28 AM - 2:33 AM - 2:32 AM9:06 PM - 9:18 PM - 9:25 PM
    4 May 30 Tue 2:28 AM - 2:33 AM - 2:32 AM9:07 PM - 9:19 PM - 9:26 PM
    5 May 31 Wed 2:28 AM - 2:33 AM - 2:32 AM9:08 PM - 9:20 PM - 9:27 PM
    6 June 1 Thu 2:27 AM - 2:32 AM - 2:31 AM9:09 PM - 9:21 PM - 9:29 PM
    7 June 2 Fri 2:27 AM - 2:32 AM - 2:31 AM9:10 PM - 9:22 PM - 9:30 PM
    8 June 3 Sat 2:27 AM - 2:32 AM - 2:31 AM9:11 PM - 9:24 PM - 9:31 PM
    9 June 4 Sun 2:27 AM - 2:32 AM - 2:31 AM9:12 PM - 9:25 PM - 9:32 PM
    10 June 5 Mon 2:27 AM - 2:32 AM - 2:30 AM9:13 PM - 9:26 PM - 9:33 PM
    11 June 6 Tue 2:26 AM - 2:32 AM - 2:30 AM9:14 PM - 9:26 PM - 9:34 PM
    12 June 7 Wed 2:26 AM - 2:31 AM - 2:30 AM9:15 PM - 9:27 PM - 9:35 PM
    13 June 8 Thu 2:26 AM - 2:31 AM - 2:30 AM9:16 PM - 9:28 PM - 9:36 PM
    14 June 9 Fri 2:26 AM - 2:31 AM - 2:30 AM9:17 PM - 9:29 PM - 9:37 PM
    15 June 10 Sat 2:26 AM - 2:31 AM - 2:30 AM9:17 PM - 9:30 PM - 9:38 PM
    16 June 11 Sun 2:26 AM - 2:31 AM - 2:30 AM9:18 PM - 9:30 PM - 9:38 PM
    17 June 12 Mon 2:26 AM - 2:31 AM - 2:30 AM9:19 PM - 9:31 PM - 9:39 PM
    18 June 13 Tue 2:26 AM - 2:31 AM - 2:30 AM9:19 PM - 9:32 PM - 9:40 PM
    19 June 14 Wed 2:26 AM - 2:31 AM - 2:30 AM9:20 PM - 9:32 PM - 9:40 PM
    20 June 15 Thu 2:26 AM - 2:31 AM - 2:30 AM9:20 PM - 9:33 PM - 9:41 PM
    21 June 16 Fri 2:26 AM - 2:31 AM - 2:30 AM9:21 PM - 9:33 PM - 9:41 PM
    22 June 17 Sat 2:27 AM - 2:32 AM - 2:30 AM9:21 PM - 9:34 PM - 9:42 PM
    23 June 18 Sun 2:27 AM - 2:32 AM - 2:30 AM9:21 PM - 9:34 PM - 9:42 PM
    24 June 19 Mon 2:27 AM - 2:32 AM - 2:30 AM9:22 PM - 9:34 PM - 9:42 PM
    25 June 20 Tue 2:27 AM - 2:32 AM - 2:31 AM9:22 PM - 9:35 PM - 9:43 PM
    26 June 21 Wed 2:27 AM - 2:32 AM - 2:31 AM9:22 PM - 9:35 PM - 9:43 PM
    27 June 22 Thu 2:27 AM - 2:32 AM - 2:31 AM9:22 PM - 9:35 PM - 9:43 PM
    28 June 23 Fri 2:28 AM - 2:33 AM - 2:31 AM9:23 PM - 9:35 PM - 9:43 PM
    29 June 24 Sat 2:28 AM - 2:33 AM - 2:31 AM9:23 PM - 9:35 PM - 9:43 PM
    30 June 25 Sun 2:28 AM - 2:33 AM - 2:32 AM9:23 PM - 9:35 PM - 9:43 PM

    You may also download Ramadan month fasting schedule for more cities by clicking on there names; London, Birmingham, Manchester, Leeds, Leicester, Glasgow, Sheffield, Bradford, and Edinburgh.

    Wisdom Of Fasting

    Allah’s wisdom for the month of Ramadan can be sought and scrutinised if we Muslim reflect upon the teachings and principles of Ramadan. Allah has designed the rulings of Ramadan in a perfect manner that is adequate for the Muslims to resurrect their spiritual morals. In Quran Allah has mentioned the virtues and reasons of Ramadan at several places and quoting one example of Surah Baqarah in which Allah has enjoined Muslim towards fasting in the following manner:

    "O you who believe! Observing As-Sawm (the fasting) is prescribed for you as it was prescribed for those before you, that you may become Al-Muttaqoon (the pious)."

    By these following verses, it is crystal clear that Allah wants the piety of the believer rather than his hunger or thirst. Fasting ultimately helps the Muslims to avoid the forbidden and it helps to fulfil the commands of Islam altogether throughout the rest of the other months. Fasting is a tool that automatically makes us thankful for all the pleasures and luxuries we enjoy without showing any gratitude to the giver (Allah). It is incumbent upon us to realise that when all the great pleasure of our life are kept away from us like eating, drinking etc we come to value those things even more while abstaining from them. This act triggers us to be grateful to Allah. It must be noted that these things inculcate in us without our conscious mind getting to know it. Such is the mercy of Allah.

    Moreover, fasting is the great way to shun all illegal desires that might pop up in the head of young Generation. Prophet Muhammad (s) had said that:

    "O young men! Whoever among you can afford to get married, let him do so, for it is more effective in lowering the gaze and protecting one's chastity. Whoever cannot do that, let him fast, for it will be a shield for him.”

    Hence fasting is a cure to the disease of illegal desires, this is because in comparison to the hunger and thirst the intensity of those desires subsides and they lessen as the Muslim continues to fast.

    Wednesday, 6 July 2016

    Keeping Up with the Times: Why Obsolete Software Could Make Your Company Vulnerable

    The demand for cloud computing has been going up over the years, and it looks like it won’t be going down anytime soon. A report released by Forrester Research estimates that the public cloud market will reach nearly $200 billion by 2020, a huge lap from the now modest amount of close to $60 billion back in 2013. With so much possible revenue on the line, it’s no wonder why so many businesses are switching to secured cloud-based systems. However, with that increase in popularity comes a spike in unscrupulous online activities, usually targeted at large and profitable institutions spread across a number of different countries.

    Obsolete Software Could Make Your Company Vulnerable

    Have You Been Keeping Your Security Technologies Upgraded? According to an article by Michael Pinna and Stuart Nussbaum on AccountingWEB, a surprisingly large number of enterprises in the United States are using outdated technology in order to protect their sensitive data. If you use old or nearly obsolete equipment or apps, chances are that hackers have already figured out more than a million ways to crack these systems, so it will be as if you did not put any security barriers into place at all. When in doubt, you may want to get in touch with an IT security professional consultant to help you understand how the newer systems work more effectively than what you used to know.

    Old Tech Isn’t So Bad… Is It?

    Let’s look at a specific and relatively recent example. Companies with computers that still run Windows XP may be vulnerable to several viruses and malware because Microsoft has stopped providing updates and support to this operating system since April 2014. While it was a sad day for many who loved that particular OS, it’s no surprise as it was originally released over a decade and a half ago. In the world of tech, that’s a very long period of time, considering that modern gadgets already become outdated within a year of release.

    Why You Should Upgrade

    Before you think that this is just a company’s way to trying to force you to upgrade, the reason they want you to use a new OS is because they can provide a myriad of more effective security features using the latest software. This is something an old OS cannot do because, being a product of its time, its technical limitations prevent it from adapting to newer threats.

    The Bottom Line: It Always Pays to Be Up to Date

    Given the above information about the significance of using the latest systems, you should be better equipped to confront the very real possibility of your servers getting accessed by unauthorized figures. As with most things, learning how to prevent mishaps from happening is so much better than dealing with the consequences and trying to find a cure afterwards. Keep yourself updated on the latest trends in securing important data on the cloud and you should be able to keep your defenses strong against any cyber criminals trying to take a crack at your company’s confidential data.

    Wednesday, 11 May 2016

    What’s Slowing Down Your Business’s Wireless Broadband Connection?

    If there is one roadblock that is guaranteed to cause some degree of chaos in the office, it’s a slow or nearly non-existent Internet connection. If your business is experiencing some download or upload problems and causing your employees a lot of grief, here’s a quick guide on figuring out what the problem might be and how to solve it.

    Before anything else, you need to check if your connection is actually running as fast as advertised by your Internet provider. In order to do that, you can run a test on sites such as SpeedTest.net, which will show you your upload and download rates. If you notice that your results are slower than you thought, consider the following:

    Testing Your Expected Internet Speed

    1. How far are you from the nearest exchange?

    The farther away your business location is from your provider’s servers, the slower your connection will be because the data has to travel a farther distance. To ensure faster speeds, make sure to go with an Internet provider that has a server close to your location.


    2. What is the average speed you can expect to get?

    Often, the speed that providers advertise is the maximum potential, but what you actually get on a regular basis is much lower than that. To confirm, call your provider and ask for how fast you can realistically expect your connection to be.

    Troubleshooting Slow Internet Connections

    1. Are there are particularly large file transfers currently going on?

    It should be a given, but if you are currently downloading or uploading something that is made up of thousands of megabytes, most of your connection will be hogged by that process. We are not just referring to individual file transfers, either. Some of the programs running in the background of your employees’ PCs might be sneakily using it up due to automatic downloads.

    2. Are there any other devices currently connected to the Internet?

    Yes, everybody’s always online, but having every single gadget hooked up to the network comes at a cost. If you have several phones, tablets, or even laptops using the same Internet connection, they will all end up using too much of the data allocated by your monthly plan. That leaves less room for your more important equipment to use. Encourage everybody at your department to turn off the wireless connections on their phones if they are not for work-related purposes to free up your router and hopefully speed things up.

    We've outlined just a few of the useful questions you can ask when it comes to troubleshooting your slow connection, but there are definitely more ways you can speed up your company’s Internet. To circumvent most of these issues, make sure you've done your homework and signed up for only the best wireless broadband solution in your area. Your clients deserve only the highest quality services and products, so don’t settle for any second-rate networks, since quick access to information is crucial to the success of any business.