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The author refers to the wrong understandings of Muslims about the meaning of religiousness. He points out the importance of working for both the present life and the hereafter.
The author criticizes the increasing amounts of money earned through the organization of festivals and iftār tables during Ramaḍān, and suggests using this period instead to further society.
A study conducted by the humanities department of Cairo University reveals Egyptian eating and drinking habits during Ramadān and that these differ according to the socio-economic level of the family.
Comparing fasting days and methods in various religions.
Coptic writers and intellectuals comment on the iftār banquets held by Coptic figures in the name of national unity.
The author of this article reports on changes in Muslims’ attitudes or behaviour during Ramadān, like girls who usually go unveiled but wear the veil during this month or the tendency to see more people reading the Qur’ān while on their way to work or home.
The author of the article, Tāriq Mustafá, criticizes mosques that use amplifiers and attract famous dā‘īyahs to attract a large number of worshippers during the month of Ramadān. He also raises questions about where the charitable donations that are collected by mosques go.
The annual celebrations of the feast of the Virgin Mary at Dayr al-Azrā’ attracted millions of Muslims and Christians and boosted economic activities in the city of Assiut.
In Samālout, al-Minya governorate, the Holy Family reached Jabal al-Tayr on their blessed journey. On the first of June every year, many Egyptians celebrate the birth of the Virgin Mary.
Pamphlets printed in Saudi Arabia appeared hours before the Shamm al- Nasīm feast in Egypt calling for preserving the Islamic identity and prohibiting Muslims from celebrating others’ feasts.

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