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Ahead of Eid, India's Muslim clerics urge celebrating at home, donating to charity
by Lauren Frayer and Sushmita Pathak
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23 May 2020
On 23 May 2020 NPR (National Public Radio) reported:
With India under a nationwide lockdown and religious gatherings banned, Islamic clerics are urging Muslims to observe this weekend's Eid al-Fitr holiday, marking the end of Ramadan, at home with social distancing. He and other Muslim leaders are urging faithful to forgo the usual Eid festivities, social visits, and shopping and donate to charities instead. They suggest conveying wishes to friends and relatives via phone. Mosques are closed.
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