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The holiest month of Islam, Ramadan, has arrived in all its glory. During this month, Muslims fast from dawn to dusk, an exercise in self-restraint aimed at gaining an understanding of the suffering of those less fortunate.
A long queue of men and women standing in separate lines extends from an Istanbul mosque to see a centuries-old garment pressed down flat inside a glass exhibition case: The Prophet Muhammad's (PBUH) sacred cloak made of linen, cotton and silk.
Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani wrote to the leaders of Muslim countries on the occasion of the start of the holy month of Ramadan, calling on them to follow the path of peace and moderation to counter Islamophobia.
Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei called for efforts to propagate the content of Muslims' holy book, Quran, in order to fill the “spiritual vacuum” that has resulted in rising crimes in the West.