MICH CAFE: This is the third Ramadan where conflict has wracked Syria and it’s the toughest one yet for many families there
MICH CAFE: It’s a feature of Ramadan that I grew up with – the M’tabeel passing through the neighbourhood beating their drums. Not any more however.
SHELINA ZAHRA JANMOHAMED: Sometimes our behaviour can be less than perfect during Ramadan. We shouldn’t, though, simply make excuses for this.
MICH CAFE: No-one seems to know how it has happened but a modest, cordial drink from a small village in England is a firm Ramadan favourite.
AMERICAN BEDU: It is an honor to be invited to share the rites of Ramadan with your Muslim friends but it’s important to observe a few points of protocol.