Muslims worldwide are experiencing the Ramadan in a strange way this year. The month during which muslims fast during the day is the most important month for muslims worldwide. During the month muslims are more conscious of their religion, giving to charity spending a lot of time together, gathering for prayers, readings and dinners to break the fast in the evening. This year will be an unusual Ramadan for muslims having to be separate from each other because of the spread of COVID-19.
Ramadan during confinement: A homecoming to basics of the religion
In this time of health crisis, Ramadan is in turmoil. Places of worship are closed, and family gatherings are prohibited, preventing Muslims from practicing Ramadan as they used to. In every corner of Europe, believers are returning to their faith and taking advantage of these difficult times to find new ways to reconnect with their families and friends.