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LIVING THROUGH RAMADAN IN SHELTERS: While we are breaking fast at the plentiful tables of Ramadan, which inspires tranquility in our hearts with its particular profound spiritualityenjoyed by about 1.5 billion Muslims, we must not fail to recall our brothers of faith who are being oppressed in every corner of the world.

Without a doubt, the Rohingya Muslims are among our brothers we call to mind in every bite.

The world has come to such a state that innocent people are amassed in boats and left to die on the high seas, on one hand, while millions of people are attending meetings in their offices during the day, messaging each other via social media, watching television, eating with friends at a restaurant or sipping their coffee, on the other.

These people, who are struggling to stay alive for years and have been on the international agenda time and again, are the Rohingyas, one of the most persecuted communities in the world.

The Rohingyas have been denied citizenship since 1982 in their own countries and were given refugee status on that account. They have been living as stateless persons ever since and have been taking shelter in camps where eight to 10 families are forced to reside one within the other.

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LIVING THROUGH RAMADAN IN SHELTERS: While we are breaking fast at the plentiful tables of Ramadan, which inspires tranquility in our hearts with its particular profound spiritualityenjoyed by about 1.5 billion Muslims, we must not fail to recall our brothers of faith who are being oppressed in every corner of the world.Without a doubt, the Rohingya Muslims are among our brothers we call to mind in every bite.The world has come to such a state that innocent people are amassed in boats and left to die on the high seas, on one hand, while millions of people are attending meetings in their offices during the day, messaging each other via social media, watching television, eating with friends at a restaurant or sipping their coffee, on the other.These people, who are struggling to stay alive for years and have been on the international agenda time and again, are the Rohingyas, one of the most persecuted c