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In our newest feature, HolidayHop, Bwog will explain religious holidays so you don’t have to pretend to understand them. Early this morning, the first of Shawwal, the tenth month in the Islamic calendar, Muslims across the world awoke for the fajr, the pre-dawn prayers. Then, for the first time in 30 days (since the start […]

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Eid Mubarak!

Last night the Muslim Students Association held its annual Eid Banquet in the James Room at Barnard. Bwog correspondent Sumaiya Ahmed was there: As MSA President Omar Siddiqi C’09, said at this year’s Eid Banquet, Muslims only have two holidays per year, so they try to make the most of them. At times, though, this can be […]

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