DEARBORN, Mich. (AP) — Michigan’s stay-home order makes typical Ramadan celebrations impossible, so Detroit-area Muslims have teamed up to host the inaugural Ramadan Lights contest.
(RNS) — For years, Muslims around the world have used the holy month of Ramadan as an opportunity to scale back on social media and smartphone usage.
(RNS) — In Dearborn, Mich., and other cities with large Muslim populations, many local restaurants have already realized that there is money to be made in remaining open all night for the suhoor and iftar meals.
(RNS) In keeping with tradition, Muslims of Kuala Lumpur break the Ramadan fast with a community meal, known as "iftar," and evening prayers known as Tarawih.
Muslims across the country and the world began fasting for Ramadan this past weekend. Ramadan is a month-long Muslim holiday; this year it falls between June 28 to July 28, but ...