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During the month of Ramadan, an iftar meal, like the one pictured here, is eaten to break the fast once the sun sets.

Recognizing Ramadan

Conrad Boone, Staff Writer April 8, 2023

Ramadan, which means “burning heat,” is a month-long holiday observed by Muslims since the seventh century. Many celebrate it through selfless deeds, prayer and fasting, typically from sunrise to sundown....

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