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Latest Ramadan Items
Military personnel at a government-run health science university in Maryland were reportedly instructed not to eat or drink in front of Muslims during the Islamic holy month of Ramadan.
An article in The Atlantic asks why retailers don't promote for Ramadan, but the Muslim holiday is more present in mainstream culture than ever.
A Chinese province’s ban on the observance of the Ramadan fast among Muslim university students ignores the importance that religion can have for its followers, an American Muslim religious freedom advocate said.
Ramadan is a time for prayer and self-reflection for Muslims around the world. Yet as I end my second week of Ramadan looking at the news stories, I can't help but ask, "Where are the real Muslims?"
Lawyers for Guantanamo Bay detainees have filed motions asking U.S. courts to stop officials from barring the inmates from participating in communal prayers during Ramadan, claiming their rights are protected under the Religious Freedom Restoration Act and citing the recent Supreme Court Hobby Lobby ruling in their defense.
The impact of heat and fatigue on Muslim soccer players fasting for Ramadan could play a key role in the final score of Tuesday's World Cup match between undefeated Belgium and Team USA.
More than 1 billion Muslims are expected to take part in Ramadan's fast, which begins Saturday evening and ends the evening of July 28.
The coincidence of the Islamic holy month of Ramadan with increasing World Cup 2014 activity leading to the finals of the quadrennial event poses dilemmas for Muslim competitors — and fans.
Neighborliness, not recruiting, drives 30-something Zainab Chaudry and her friends to share small gifts of candy and treats with others during Ramadan, which begins Sunday.