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    Posted: 15 May 2018 at 1:16am
Before Ramadan, Michigan Muslims Set to Expand Charity-Giving

DETROIT – American Muslims in Michigan, a state that has one of the highest concentrations of mosques in the United States, are getting ready for the holy month of Ramadan by giving more charity to those in need.

“Just like the Christian holiday season or the Jewish holiday season, it’s a time to give whatever wealth you have to those who are less fortunate,” said Rana Taylor, the director of communications for the nonprofit Arab Community Center for Economic and Social Services in Dearborn, Detroit Free Press reported.

“It reminds Muslims that at the end of the day we have a responsibility to take care of one another.”

Ramadan is the holiest month in Islamic calendar. It is expected to start this year on Wednesday, May 16...

http://aboutislam.net/muslim-issues/america/ramadan-michigan-muslims-set-give-charity/



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