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This week’s featured story came in from Virginia, USA:
It comes upon all Muslims annually and yet each year it feels new to me – Ramadan, the holy month of fasting. Ramadan is considered the most blessed of months in the Islamic calendar. During these 30 days, Muslims around the world unite around the shared tasking of abstaining from food, drink, and medicine from sunrise to sunset. More than that, it’s a period for reflection, for personal growth, and for the giving of alms (zakat).
Ramadan allows me to …