By Suheyb Adan
How Ramadan works
Every year, more than one billion Muslims around the globe observe the importance of the month of Ramadan. This time of the year is a time for reflection, devotion to God, and self-control. During the month of Ramadan, Muslims show their devotion to God by fasting, or abstaining from food.
Many religions encourage some kind of fasting for religious purposes. For instance, Catholics give up meat for Lent and Jews fast during the holiday. For Muslims, fasting is a very important component of Islam. The benefits of fasting for Ramadan are numerous. The most important, though, is the idea that through the self-control of fasting one can pay special attention to his spiritual nature.
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Somali Halwa also known as: Xalwad, Halwo or Halwad is a popular sweet, it is made of sugar, cornstarch, oil and for the spices nutmeg and cardamom are used. There is one with peanut added at the end. It is usually served with cup of Somali spiced tea.
Somali Sambusa is a stuffed triangular pastries that are very popular appetizers served not only during Ramadan, but any on occasion as an appetizer, they come with all kinds of fillings.
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