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Muslim Students: What Ramadan Means To Us

16/07/2013 15:06
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Muslim students set up a tent outside their university to break their fast with the local community. They aimed to share their religion and culture with others.

One student said the event had allowed him to access a culture "alien" to him, the BBC reported. Another said she knew "dates were important" in the religious tradition. But, aside from not eating or drinking from sunrise to sunset, what does Ramadan actually mean for students?

We asked, and you told us. If you'd like to add to our collection of experiences, tweet us @HPUKStudents or email us at: ukstudenteds@huffingtonpost.com

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