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Here's what to avoid saying to Muslim coworkers during Ramadan.

7 things you should avoid saying to a fasting coworker during Ramadan

Many Muslims appreciate questions during the month of Ramadan, but some phrases can be avoided.

Mahathir’s Ramadan advice? Don’t eat too much at bazaars

A recent survey of muslims in Malaysia found that 70 per cent spent the most money on food on during the holy month.
A boy in a mask depicting the flag of East Turkestan — an alternate name for Xinjiang — with a Chinese flag clamped over its mouth in Istanbul, Turkey, in November 2018.

A wave of Islamic countries started to stand up to China over its persecution of its Muslim minority. But then they all got spooked.

Many Muslim countries have criticized China over its Muslim crackdown, then abruptly rowed back their comments. Experts say China threatened them.

This Singapore-made app will tell you if a product is halal or not – just by scanning its barcode or ingredients list

Using the Halal Scanner, users scan a barcode, ingredients list or product image – and it'll tell them if a food product is likely halal or not.
Ethnic Uighur men at a teahouse in Xinjiang in July 2017. China is waging an unprecedented crackdown on Uighurs in Xinjiang.

US residents are reportedly detained in China’s prison-like detention camps for Muslims, where people have to pledge allegiance to Xi Jinping to...

US politicians are speaking out against Beijing's crackdown on the Uighurs, a majority-Muslim ethnic minority living in the Xinjiang, western China.
CAIR flagged up several products, including bathmats and doormats.

Amazon stopped selling bath mats and doormats featuring Quran scripture after a complaint that they were offensive to Muslims

Council on American-Islamic Relations said the mats were offensive as the holy writings would be "stepped-on or otherwise disrespected by customers."

Islamic robo-adviser to expand in Gulf, Southeast Asia by 2019

Islamic financial products follow religious principles such as bans on investing in gambling and tobacco, in much the same way as socially responsible funds.

KL permits Oktoberfest while debate over beer fests in Malaysia continues

The annual festival – which originates from Germany – is under fire from religious leaders for its beer-drinking tradition. The consumption of alcohol is illegal under Muslim law.
A demonstrator wears a mask painted with the colors of the flag of East Turkestan, home to millions of Uighur Muslims under surveillance by the Chinese government.

The US may finally be taking action against China for its alleged human-rights abuses

China's widespread surveillance and detention of Uighur Muslims has gained global attention in recent months, and groups across the political spectrum are calling for action.