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We join Hafsah Habiri from London, in conversation with her parents, to find out how they’re spending Ramadan under lockdown.
“We’re fasting and we’re stuck in quarantine… you’ve got hangry people all over the place.”
For millions of Muslims across Britain and beyond, the holy month of Ramadan is usually marked with family, food and congregational prayers – a time of spiritual and physical togetherness.
But the coronavirus pandemic has seen countries impose restrictions to stop the spread of the outbreak – including closing mosques and banning mass gatherings.
So this year, practising Muslims have had to find new ways to celebrate the holy month at home.
We join Hafsah Dabiri from London, in conversation with her parents, to find out how they’re spending Ramadan under lockdown.