People Are Bringing Their Mosques Home This Ramadan Amid the Coronavirus

For those who aren’t aware, Ramadan is an Islamic holiday where believers pray and ask Allah to forgive their sins for 30 days and 30 nights. People might mostly know it for the practice of fasting, meaning those practicing are not to eat or drink while the sun is up, although it is not as simple as that. With COVID-19 making it impossible to visit a mosque during this sacred time, some people decided to bring the mosques to the children in their homes, so they can too, continue to practice their religious devotion. Happy Ramadan!

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