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    Wisnu Murdiono
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    Muslim Woman Praying, Malaysia
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In this day and age there truly is an app for everything. You'd be hard pressed to find any event or organization that doesn’t have an app to support their endeavors. Of course many of these apps have been created with a straight forward and poignant goal in mind which brings us to the Ramadan "app service". This Ramadan app service serves the crucial purpose of helping people that suffer from diabetes keep it under control during their fasting … [Read More...]

Todays Healthy, Fasting Muslims Fasting and Cholesterol

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Throughout the Holy Month of Ramadan, fasting is obligatory for Muslim adults. Individuals who are not familiar with the Islamic beliefs more often than not feel their religious views are extreme and the same often applies to the practice of fasting which many feel can do more harm than good. The truth is, if followed correctly, fasting comes with a variety of health benefits which includes lowering cholesterol, a major health concern in the … [Read More...]


An American Ramadan, Circa 1955

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