MILLIONS of Muslims in the UK have begun fasting in daylight hours today to observe the holy month of Ramadan.
Muslims must also prayer five times every day during Ramadan, which commemorates the first revelation of the Quran to Muhammad according to Islamic belief.
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A mosque in London created a handy timetable to help remind its following all the significant times in the holy month.
The times include when to enjoy the traditional meals of Iftar and Suhur.
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What are Iftar and Suhur?
Muslims eat two larger meals when the sun is down in Ramadan.
These are called Iftar and Suhur.
The Suhur, which is consumed in the early hours of the morning, often combines breads, potatoes, eggs and rice as well as some dairy products.
The Iftar is a blessing, often enjoyed as a community.
Fruits and vegetables are usually big parts of the Iftar, as are many delicacies unique to the Islam religion.
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