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Ramadan is time to practice self restraint and self reflection. Fasting is a seen as a way to cleanse the soul and have empathy for those in the world who are hungry and less fortunate. Muslims go to work and school and take care of their usual activities during Ramdan; however , some also read entire the Quran, say special prayers and attend mosques more frequently during this time. All Muslims who have reached a prescribed age and are in good health are required too fast. The sick and elderly, along with travellers, pregnant women and those who  are nursing are exempt , although they are supposed to make up for the missed fast days sometimes in the future or help feed the poor. The first pre dawn meal of the day during Ramadan is called “Suhoor”. Each Days fast is broken with a meal known as “Iftar”. Traditionally , a date is eaten to break the fast . Iftars are often elaborate feasts celebrated with family and friends. The types of foods served vary according to culture.

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