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During Ramadan, U.S. Muslims get to know the neighbors

In the U.S., Muslims celebrate Ramadan much as in other parts of the world, but many also focus on outreach to people of other faiths.
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Staying fit while fasting for Ramadan? A Muslim trainer says you...

On Mubarakah Ibrahim's “Fit Muslimah” page on Facebook, Ibrahim gives nutritional advice for Ramadan throughout the holy month.
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Obama on Ramadan: A time for unity

President Obama and first lady Michelle Obama extend their best wishes to Muslims across the United States and around the world upon the start of Ramadan.
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Ramadan in America: The same, but different

For American Muslims, Ramadan is a time to reconnect, observe fasts, reflect, and increase their acts of charity. How do you celebrate?

American Muslims mark Ramadan with iftars, prayer and public service

Prayer, fasting, gathering with friends and family at iftar, and engaging in community service are ways that American Muslims celebrate Ramadan.

Ramadan Kareem from President Obama

As the new crescent moon brings in the holy month of Ramadan, Michelle and I send our warmest greetings to all those observing the month of fasting.