Adapting allowed Muslims to celebrate Ramadan this year | Worship
Last updated 5/12/2021 at 1:17pm
Today is the final day of the Holy Month Ramadan, 30 days of fasting from sunrise to sunset and compared with Ramadan 2020, when mosques around the world were closed because of the coronavirus and curfews, this year delivered on the promise of something much closer to normal. It was truly a breath of fresh air for Muslims in Mukilteo and millions around the world.
Last year, Ramadan had arrived during the world's first round of pandemic connected lockdowns. We could not even attend the Mosque, like other places of worship. We were cut off from the communal prayers, community meals and part...