In the Muslim religion, the month of Ramadan is considered especially important because of an event that Muslims believe happened. This is called the 'Lailat al Qadr' - which means the Night of Power.
Have a view of this clip about the background of the most important event for Muslims, the night that the Islamic Holy book, the Quran, was revealed;
Muslims treat the last ten days of Ramadan as an especially good time to pray and read the Quran.
Log into PurpleMash and see Day 29 - writing a newspaper article about what this event means in the Islamic faith. I've included a picture of the crescent and star which is commonly seen as a symbol - so make sure you focus on the writing about why the event was important for Muslims.