One cannot help but notice that the current shelling of Israel by Hamas has started in the month of Ramadan. So did the war of 1973 and a few other troubles. Is this just a coincidence, or is there indeed a correlation between the likelihood of trouble in the Middle East and Ramadan?
The “sacred” or “prohibited” months during which fighting is banned are Rajab, Muharram, Dhul-Qaʻdah, and Dhul- Hijjah. The fasting month (Ramadan) is not one of these. So, if the shariʻa is actually strictly implemented there will be (purely statistically) a one in eight chance that any war will take place in Ramadan.
there is no correlation from religious view , and there is nothing in Islamic jurisprudence will courage people to do wars on Ramadan time , but actually most of big Victories in Islamic history have take place in Ramadan like bader and ain jalout and malaz kurd battles , and for that reason Muslims will feel optimistic about wars in Ramadan