s the holy month of Ramadhan 2015 gets to its halfway mark, the Muslim community worldwide is expected to, once again, be reflecting on the importance of this important pillar of Islam. It is  important for Muslims to keep in mind that Ramadhan is a deeply spiritual time of reflection and renewal meant to increase thankfulness and consciousness of God’s mercy. Muslims honor each day of Ramadhan as a day of patient endurance through fasting, and each night as a night of gratitude through prayers. It is a time to reinforce faith, compassion and forgiveness, and perseverance through adversity.

Use iftar to promote peace among faiths

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Set up National madrassa boards, Muslims told

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Fasting: a challenging task for many students in learning institutions

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Come-We-Stay relations get a Ramadhan ‘break’

Page 7: Marhaba: Life & style

Riyadh Majengo mosque and nursery school in Nanyuki in funds appeal for reconstruction

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Govt’s soft power approach to fighting terrorism laudable

Page 4: Peace and Security for Development (PSD) programme: Analysis


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