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Every year millions of Muslims around the world fast from sunrise to sunset, as part of the holy month of Ramadan. Fasting
During Ramadan, practicing Muslims change their eating habits dramatically. Questioned by Relaxnews, nutritionist Charlotte
While eating halal can be a challenge in some Canadian cities where the Muslim population is small, the only challenge Muslims
Give 30 is an initiative established in 2012, tapping into Ramadan's lessons on social solidarity, to mobilize everyone -- regardless of faith or background -- to address the challenges of hunger in our society. Hunger in Canada is not an issue of food scarcity. Rather, it is directly related to income sufficiency and security.
With the start of Ramadan on July 9, Muslims around the world are taking part in a fasting ritual that will last for 30 days
This year, Ramadan falls on Tuesday, July, 9. For a month, Muslims in Canada and around the world will take part in a fasting
The atmosphere in Damascus' old city became just a little bit tenser at the start of the last week of Ramadan when Syrian army soldiers were deployed here for the first time since the revolution began in March last year. The soldiers were seemingly under orders to search various houses, especially those in which the few remaining foreigners live. The house I was staying in was one of them.
Item: School buses in Kingston, Ont., are forbidden to display any sort of Christmas decorations. Safety first, you understand. After all, that Santa Claus poster affixed to the roof of the bus might somehow impair the driver's vision.