Impracticalities of Ramadan and how we try to fix them.

Ramadan is upon us, and my brothers and sisters who “pretend” they look forward to it. But feel for those living in the pole.

According to Islamic laws set out in the Qur’an, the keeping and breaking of a fast are related to times of sunrise and sunset which do not occur near the Poles as they would on other places on the Earth.

As we get closer to the North or South Pole, the day or night might extend for up to several months each. At the North Pole itself, daylight and darkness last for more than six months at a time.

“Why do you think Islam did not take into consideration Muslim astronauts and Muslims living near the Poles?”
We can understand some 7th-century desert dwellers not knowing about the poles or believing that Muslims would someday end up in space, but an omniscient being should have known better. Whoever made these rules either believed that the Earth is flat, or the Earth is in a perfect perpendicular tilt relative to the Sun.

Now Islamic scholars have tried to fix this issue in many ways, like match Mecca time, match the nearest inhabitants with “normal” hours, travel away from the pole for Ramadan….and many many others…but you know what they all have in common? They go directly against the Quran and are not backed by any hadith! They could not find ANYTHING!!

Yet another evidence that Islam is not from an all-knowing god or Muhammad knows anything beyond the desert of Arabia.

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