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My Ramadan in America … a conversation with Dr. Hala Asamarai

How Ramadan affects life of Muslims in America, the challenges… and benefits.., I had a conversation with educator and community activist Halal Asamarai

Hala Asamarai ..
Ramadan for me a blessing, a test of restrains..!

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Notes from America: Ramadan – a personal reflection

Notes from America: Ramadan – a personal reflection

By Ahmed Tharwat

The Muslim holy month of Ramadan began last week. This fasting month is observed by millions of Muslims around the world, unless you are in China, where anti-fasting cops resort to force feeding observing Muslims in public. The number of hours that Muslims must fast will vary based on where they live. In a country in the northern hemisphere, like Denmark, there is a whopping 22 hours of fasting time. I fear there will be some very angry Muslims over there. However, in the southern hemisphere, Argentina has the shortest fasting day with only 10 hours. In my own state, Minnesota, there are 17 hours to endure and summer temperatures often reach 90 degrees Fahrenheit (about 32 C). This would make even Representative Michelle Bachman (R/MN)—who is known for her anti-Muslim sentiment–feel for Muslims.

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BelAhdan, The Life of a Muslim Convert

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