Inspired by Ramadan, several Muslim organisations and individuals are donating their time and money to aid those hit hard by COVID-19.
It’s easier to starve myself without arousing suspicion when everyone around me is fasting.
“Iftar is nostalgic. Your whole diet changes and suddenly you’re not interested in burgers and fried chicken, you just want food that reminds you of home.”
With many queer Muslims estranged from their families because of their sexuality, London’s yearly Big Gay Iftar welcomes all to break the Ramadan fast.
It seriously changes your perspective on things.
VICE's Thomas Morton spent some time with a Muslim family in Michigan.
The luminous red bottle was there every Ramadan, and at the family dinners hosted by my grandmother.
"I stopped fasting because the day just won’t end."
Yes, I had a huge lunch, but my Muslim family believes I’m just as hungry as they are.
A van rammed into crowds of people leaving prayers.
For Muslims restaurant workers observing the religious fast, being surrounded by delicious food is a challenge.