Ramadan 2020: How Muslims are coping during coronavirus pandemic

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April 30, 2020

April 30, 2020

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This year the holy month of Ramadan comes at an unprecedented time. The Covid-19 pandemic has affected just about every aspect of life and religion is no different. Mosques that would be filled worshippers are closed as fasting Muslims stay indoors like everybody else. With the virus lurking in the streets, most of Islam's 1.8 billion faithful are seeking help and peace in their solitary prayers at home.

Host Suhail Akram talks to Khola Hassan, a religious scholar in the UK, and Saad Al Ameri, an Emirati doctor treating coronavirus patients in the UAE. We also hear from The National's correspondents, Sunniva Rose in Lebanon and Hamza Hendawi in Egypt, about how Ramadan is different in those countries this year.

Updated: April 30, 2020 09:28 PM

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