COLUMBIA — September usually means settling into a school routine. However, for the students and teachers at the Islamic School of Columbia, this month brings something extra: Ramadan. Along with the rest of the Muslim world, the faculty, staff and student body of 50 students are celebrating the Islamic holy month, which ends Oct. 2 with the feast Eid al-Fitr. The celebration commemorates when the Quran, or holy book, was revealed to the prophet Muhammad.
Islamic School of Columbia celebrates Ramadan
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