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China “Ramadan ban” has increased practice of the Religion – by: Umar Farooq

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Chinese authorities have imposed restrictions on Uighur Muslims during the month of Ramadan, banning government employees and school children from fasting, in what rights groups say has become an annual attempt at systematically erasing the region’s Islamic identity. Chinese authorities have justified the ban on fasting by saying it is meant to protect the health of students, and restrictions on ... Read More »

Brazil’s growing Muslim population adapt for Ramadan

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Short days and pleasant weather ease the fast for Brazil's growing Muslim population. World Bulletin / News Desk For Ibrahim Nashawaty, a refugee from Syria now living in Brazil, his first Ramadan away from home has been a strange and unsettling experience so far. “In some ways it is much harder here,” he tells AA, at the only mosque in ... Read More »

Non-Muslims attempt Ramadan fast in Turkey

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Thousands of non-Muslims in Turkey are adapting to a new way of life this week as the month-long period of Ramadan begins. World Bulletin / News Desk It is during this time of the year – according to the Islamic lunar calendar – that many Muslims across the world welcome the arrival of Ramadan fasting; for the many foreigners living ... Read More »

Jewish rabbi takes part in Ramadan fast

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Photo: The Times of Israel A British rabbi in London fasts in Ramadan to build bridges between Jews and Muslims. World Bulletin / News Desk Orthodox Jewish rabbi Natan Levy, who lives in London, UK, is working to overcome stereotypes regarding the relationship between Jews and Muslims by fasting this Ramadan. Levy, who also set up an online radio station ... Read More »

RAMADAN Tool Kit

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 Ramazan Kit which includes the Zakat Calculator  and other Essential Duas and information which will useful to you. Click Here to download – Zakat_Calculator  /  Zakat_El_Mall Read More »

Ramadan Around the World

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MOROCCO THE majority of Moroccans like Ramadan because of its sacred nature and the congenial atmosphere it engenders. The people spend their days and part of their nights during this month of prayer in the Mosques. The evening after Maghreb prayers, families and friends break their fast in a cheerful and relaxed atmosphere. Ramadan is the only month when the ... Read More »

Ramadan: Month of Fasting or Month of Feasting?

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By Sarah Ghias Freelance Writer – USA The holy month of Ramadan is a time of restraint, reflection, and renewal. Muslims make every effort to better themselves and to be drawn closer to their Creator. They guard their tongues, engage in long hours of worship, exercise patience, and open up their hearts and pockets to charitable causes. However, when it ... Read More »

A realistic Ramadan plan – By: Amira Murphy

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It usually hits me around the 10th night of Ramadan, when the first third of the month, the days of Mercy, have passed. The month is not nearly over, but I find myself looking back and feeling under-accomplished. The Ramadan “Plan” that I had written up during Sha’ban was a hefty one, detailing every action, every thought and prayer that ... Read More »