Last week, Muslims began observing Ramadan in quarantine—an unnerving way to welcome a month that’s usually marked by communal meals and prayers and social gatherings. For, I wrote about creative ways Muslims have adapted to this new normal, from iftar parties in video games to socially distant charity efforts. Read it here.

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