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Following Religious Teachings Can be a Challenge for Some US Muslimsi
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July 24, 2013 10:48 PM
Muslims are a small minority in the U.S., so it can be a challenge for some of the faithful to observe their religion in a society that doesn’t follow the same rituals. This is especially so during Ramadan, which this year falls on the hottest and longest days in large areas of the globe. VOA’s Julie Taboh spoke with some Washington area Muslims about how they manage to fast from dawn to dusk for 30 days.

Following Religious Teachings Can be a Challenge for Some US Muslims

Published July 24, 2013

Muslims are a small minority in the U.S., so it can be a challenge for some of the faithful to observe their religion in a society that doesn’t follow the same rituals. This is especially so during Ramadan, which this year falls on the hottest and longest days in large areas of the globe. VOA’s Julie Taboh spoke with some Washington area Muslims about how they manage to fast from dawn to dusk for 30 days.


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