Religious scholars and health experts urge Muslims suffering from chronic or mild diseases to consult their physician and to undertake thorough checkups before fasting. Patients in critical condition
Islam enjoys a firm tradition of fasting diet as Muslims observe an annual obligatory fast for 29 or 30 days during the holy month of Ramadan.
Qamar ad-deen, or apricot juice, is a traditional beverage of Ramadan. Translated from Arabic it means “moon of the religion”. As the moon enters Ramadan, qamar ad-deen enters our kitchens.
Depression is what psychologists call a syndrome: a group of signs (things that a clinical practitioner finds through examination) and symptoms (things the patient experiences) that form a pattern.
Kazakhstan, the largest Muslim country in the world by area, began 2015 by ratifying the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities on January 20, the most recent and potentially most im
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It is recommended to break our fast on dates”, as Prophet Mohammad (peace and blessings be upon him) used to do: “Break your fast by eating dates, if not, do it by water as it is purifying.” (Na
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