Sharing sweet treats with one another after breaking the fast in their Raleigh home, from left, Jehan, 11, Noor, 6, and Nadia Rana, 10, will later prepare for their prayers during Ramadan. The annual holiday lasts one month and involves fasting from sunup to sundown.
Sharing sweet treats with one another after breaking the fast in their Raleigh home, from left, Jehan, 11, Noor, 6, and Nadia Rana, 10, will later prepare for their prayers during Ramadan. The annual holiday lasts one month and involves fasting from sunup to sundown. clowenst@newsobserver.com
Sharing sweet treats with one another after breaking the fast in their Raleigh home, from left, Jehan, 11, Noor, 6, and Nadia Rana, 10, will later prepare for their prayers during Ramadan. The annual holiday lasts one month and involves fasting from sunup to sundown. clowenst@newsobserver.com

A Raleigh family’s Ramadan combines cultures and traditions

July 13, 2014 07:00 PM

UPDATED July 14, 2014 05:19 AM

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