Most non-Muslims have a general idea of what Ramadan is: fast during the day, eat and drink at night, repeat for a month.
As Ramadan starts this we...
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May we inspire them to understand that the real conflict is between pluralism and extremism, not Islam and America. May we inspire them to build with us an America worthy of our founding fathers and folk songs.
By Omar Sacirbey
Religion News Service
(RNS) The Islamic month of Ramadan, which begins on or around Aug. 10 this year, requires Muslims to fast a...
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