From June 5th to July 5th, Muslims in Arabia along with Muslims around the world observe Ramadan. Every day from dawn to dusk, adults fast from drink and food. Ramadan is a time of reflection, worship and devotion. To learn more, read or listen to NPR's interview from 2010, What You Might Not Know About Ramadan, with Professor Vali Nasr, professor of international politics at Tufts University's Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy and author of The Rise of Islamic Capitalism: Why the New Muslim Middle Class is the Key to Defeating Extremism.
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