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Safety first as Muslims begin unprecedented Ramadan under lockdown

Ramadan has begun for Muslims around the world under unprecedented conditions, social distancing impacting how people eat and pray together. Amanullah de Sondy, senior lecturer in contemporary Islam at University College of Cork, says while for many Muslims this year’s celebration will be an unusually sombre affair, innovation and technology can help.

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