Ramadan of Stank Breath (with guest Saqib Keval)07/07/15
The one where Taz is mistaken for a Reality TV Star, Zahra refuses to claim she's pregnant, and special guest Saqib gets free KFC. They all skip PE. Ramadan Mubarak! (Good Muslim Bad Muslim)
Saudi Muslims Mix Tradition With Shopping In Ramadan...
Saudi Muslims are turning the holy month of Ramadan into a display of consumerism and commerce. It is traditionally a month of fasting and prayer that began with the first Muslim community, Mecca. (NPR, 6/18/2015)
Texas Muslims open doors for the start of Ramadan
In the days before the start of the Islamic holy month of Ramadan, members of the biggest mosque in Austin, Texas, did what they’ve been doing for five years now. They opened their doors to the public to host a traditional iftar meal, the evening...
The Heart Of Ramadan: A Conversation with Imam Khalid Latif
So what are the Ramadan practices that lead to deep spiritual growth? How can fasting help focus attention on what matters? What do those who observe the fast hoping to learn? (HuffPost Religion, 6/12/2015)
TEDTalk: Karima Bennoune on Challening Fundamentalism
Karima Bennoune shares four powerful stories of real people fighting against fundamentalism in their own communities — refusing to allow the faith they love to become a tool for crime, attacks and murder. These personal stories humanize one of the...
Koran by Heart
Every year during Ramadan, hundreds of Muslim children from seventy countries make their way to Egypt to take part in a prestigious Koran-reciting competition. Director Greg Barker chronicled the journey of three 10-year-old competitors in his new HBO...
In the Javanese town of Solo many Muslims are choosing to break their fast at a church. (Checkpoint, RNZ, 9/22/2008)
Muslim Refugees In Greece Make Do Without Mosque
Iraqi and Syrian refugees in Athens find themselves in the only major EU capital without a formal mosque. Muslims are celebrating Ramadan at a time when xenophobia in Greece is on the rise. (Weekend Edition, NPR, 7/29/2014)
Soccer helps community during Ramadan
(ABC AM, 10/10/2007)
14 Muslims, in their own words, speak about the delights and gravity of Islam's holiest month. (On Being, 8/12/2010)
For Muslims all over the world, Ramadan is a month of fasting between sun up and sun down. There are rituals in Ramadan surrounding food, family and community. RN’s First Bite is welcomed into the Edwars' home, a West Sumatran family. (RN First Bite,...
Interpreting, Observing Ramadan
The Beauty Shop women discuss the meaning of Ramadan, and the new Gallup poll that says Muslims are more optimistic than any other religious group in America. (Tell Me More, NPR, 8/3/2011)
Failed Ramadan Greetings from Lucknow to Lahore
Islam's holy month of Ramadan has begun this week. It is a time to strengthen the bonds in the community and throughout the world. But reporter Deepak Singh is finding it difficult to call his friend in Pakistan to send him greetings from India. (The...
Muslims Use Cultural Immersion To Mark Ramadan
Aman Ali has traveled to a different New York City mosque each night to break his Ramadan fast, and says he now has a better understanding of the diversity in New York's Muslim population. (Tell Me More, NPR, 8/18/2009)
A Ramadan Roadtrip Around The U.S.
Two men are spending Ramadan in 30 different mosques in 30 different states for all 30 days of the month of fasting. They're traveling 13,000 miles, from Alaska to New York City, and are speaking with us today from South Carolina, where they're a...
Sneaking A Bite During Ramadan's Long, Hot Days
The Muslim holy month of Ramadan has fallen on the longest and hottest days of the year, which means up to 15 hours of fasting in soaring temperatures. This seems to have increased the number of Muslims who aren't fully observing the fast, and may be...
When Does Ramadan Start?
How to work out when Ramadan falls. (What is the Stars?, RTE, 7/16/2012)
High School Football And Ramadan
Football practice is a grueling rite of passage for many high school boys, but for some Muslim students, thirst and hunger are added to the physical exertion if they decide to fast during the holy month of Ramadan. (Morning Edition, NPR, 9/18/2009)
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