4. What do people practice during Ramadan?
We know that Muslims fast during Ramadan, which is obligatory. Zakat which is another pillar of islam is also obligatory during Ramadan. Zakat is a form of alms-giving or technically a type of religious tax where the money collected is then given to those in need such as poor people, orphans and a few more.
Other non-obligatory practices includes Suhur which is the pre-fasting meal eaten before dawn, Iftar which is the meal to break the fast at dusk, nightly prayers that they call Tarawih, charity which I don’t need to explain and also reading the Quran.