Social media apps and websites saw a considerable surge in Muslim youth users this year amid national and international lockdowns. Muslims used SM to share their ideas, beliefs and culture, with ramadan, eidmubarak and hajj being the most popular hashtags.
Several mosques in France criticized the new regulations set by the French Ministry of Agriculture and Food to ban the slaughter of poultry in line with Islamic principles, as it "sends a negative message to the Muslim community in the country ahead of Ramadan."
WHO has published new guidelines, which includes advice on safe practices and rituals that can be implemented during the holy month of Ramadan and the Corona virus Out break. In the following graphic, the most important points mentioned in the guide are shown:
We have to adjust our routine for Ramadan, in compliance with the conditions imposed by the Corona virus Pandemic. However, this does not mean that we should fall victim to boredom. Here is a set of habits and acts of worship which we can practice during Ramadan: