With the month of Ramadan quickly approaching, Muslims around the world prepare for a month of spiritual cleansing and self-reflection. The month offers opportunities to reinvigorate one’s relationship with the creator, bolster faith, and interact with family, friends, and community.
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For Muslims around the world, preparing for the long days that mark a summer Ramadan means gathering food for suhoor and iftar, planning menus, teaching children the true meaning of fasting, and ensuring one’s own fast and spiritual journey during this most holy of months is fulfilling and rewarding.
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A leading Canadian Muslim charity organization held a walk for dignity on Saturday, May 20, marching to raise awareness about every human being’s right to live a dignified life.
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