Virus forces world religions to similar plans for holidays

Across the world, many Muslims are praying for the coronavirus cloud to lift before the start of the Islamic holy month of Ramadan in late April. Ramadan is a time for fasting, worship, introspection, charity and empathy. Ordinarily, it’s also a time for community and gatherings as families and friends break their fast together and worshippers fill mosques.Already the outbreak has disrupted Islamic worship with closures of mosques and many services or sermons moving online.

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