Ramadan a Dilemma for Some World Cup Players
Israeli Ambassador To U.S. Hosts Ramadan Dinner
Ramadan is observed by Muslims with fasting from sunrise until sundown. That creates a potential dilemma for Muslim players at the World Cup.
The Israeli ambassador to the United States hosted a dinner celebrating the Muslim holy month of Ramadan on Thursday, marking the first time an ambassador from the Jewish state has hosted such a dinner in the United States, the embassy said.
In Time for Ramadan, Toll-free Hotline Seeks to Educate New Jersey Residents About Islam
For Many Muslims, Start of Ramadan Stirs Up Centuries-old Debate Between Science and Doctrine
Like many Muslims, Asim Khan is tired of the prejudice against his religion. The president of the Islamic Circle of North America New Jersey chapter welcomes curiosity. But he wishes those with questions about Islam would ask him or other Muslims before jumping to conclusions.
For American Muslims, the start of the holy month of Ramadan means reflection, fasting from sunrise to sunset, community - and a bit of confusion.