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Wednesday, May 22, 2019

Many in the Detroit Metro region's large Muslim population are fasting during holy month of Ramadan, but they're not alone. A number of non-Muslims are fasting as well. Senator David Knezek, who resides in Dearborn Heights and represents the fifth district, is dedicated to fasting for the full 30 days of Ramadan. Knezek, a Catholic, told the AANews that he first began observing the holy month when he was a student at Crestwood High School. Growing up alongside his Muslim peers, he decided to fast with them. Knezek said fasting is a good opportunity to do soul searching and be thankful for having the privilege to break bread at the end of the day.

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"I woke up for the pre-dawn breakfast and had peanut butter, which is not good for the rest of the day; it dried up my mouth."

Yep. That happens. And then you never make that mistake again.

#1 | Posted by J_Tremain at 2019-05-22 10:20 AM | Reply

What works really well is, plenty of chips followed by lots of chocolate with nuts. And water of course. But first of all, some chicken-corn soup.

Peanut butter.... LOL

#2 | Posted by J_Tremain at 2019-05-22 10:24 AM | Reply

And then you never make that mistake again.

#1 | Posted by J_Tremain

And some of us will never make that mistake the first time.

#3 | Posted by donnerboy at 2019-05-23 04:58 PM | Reply

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