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Local Muslim students go on service trip to GuyanaSun-SentinelFor a group of Muslim college students, Ramadan took on a deeper significance as they recently spent a week providing assistance and caring for orphans, the elderly and families in Guyana. R…

Local Muslim students go on service trip to Guyana
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For a group of Muslim college students, Ramadan took on a deeper significance as they recently spent a week providing assistance and caring for orphans, the elderly and families in Guyana. Ramadan, which ends Monday, is not only about fasting from food …

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