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Ramadan Fasting: Individuals exempted from fasting

By Guardian Exclusive
02 April 2024   |   2:25 pm
Conditions for being exempt from Ramadan, fasting, and compensations as the holy month of Ramadan envelopes the Islamic communities worldwide, Muslims are expected set to abstain from food and drink from dawn till sunset for the next 29 or 30 days. However, there are individuals whose journeys take a different path.

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