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RAMADAN 2013

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1) A Muslim woman tries the new head scarf in the market during the fasting month in Kuala Lumpur, 10 July 2013. Throughout the holiest month of Ramadan, Muslims are obliged to abstain food, drink and sensual pleasures from break of dawn until sunset. Photo by Daniel Chan

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2) A Muslim man tries the cap called “Taqiyah” during the fasting month of Ramadan, Muslims are obliged to abstain food, drink and sensual pleasures from break of dawn until sunset. Photo by Daniel Chan

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3) A Muslim man preparing the roasted chickens for sale during the fasting month in Kuala Lumpur, 11 July 2013. Throughtout the fasting month of Ramadan, Muslims are obliged to abstain food, drink and sensual pleasures from break of dawn until sunset. Photo by Daniel Chan

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4)  Two Muslims man are cooking  the  “Bubur Lambuk” or also Ramadan Porridge for sale to the customers during the fasting month in Kuala Lumpur, 11 July 2013. Throughtout the fasting month of Ramadan, Muslims are obliged to abstain food, drink and sensual pleasures from break of dawn until sunset. Photo by Daniel Chan

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5) A Muslim woman preparing the “Bubur Lambuk” or also Ramadan Porridge into tupperware for sale to the customers during the fasting month in Kuala Lumpur, 11 July 2013. Throughtout the fasting month of Ramadan, Muslims are obliged to abstain food, drink and sensual pleasures from break of dawn until sunset. Photo by Daniel Chan

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6) A Muslim woman preparing the “Bubur Lambuk” or also Ramadan Porridge into tupperware for sale to the customers during the fasting month in Kuala Lumpur, 11 July 2013. Throughtout the fasting month of Ramadan, Muslims are obliged to abstain food, drink and sensual pleasures from break of dawn until sunset. Photo by Daniel Chan

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7) A Muslim man carry the newly cook “Bubur Lambuk” or also Ramadan Porridge for sale to the customers during the fasting month in Kuala Lumpur, 11 July 2013. Throughtout the fasting month of Ramadan, Muslims are obliged to abstain food, drink and sensual pleasures from break of dawn until sunset. Photo by Daniel Chan

RAMADAN SHOPPING BUBUR LAMBUK AND BAZAAR RAMADAN

8) A Muslim man resting in the mosque during the fasting month in Kuala Lumpur, 11 July 2013. Throughtout the fasting month of Ramadan, Muslims are obliged to abstain food, drink and sensual pleasures from break of dawn until sunset. Photo by Daniel Chan

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9) Muslims offer the Friday prayers during the Holy Month of Ramadan at mosque in Kuala Lumpur, 19 July 2013. When the month of Ramadan begins, Muslims enter into a period of discipline and worship:  fasting during the day, and praying throughout the day and night.  (AP Photo/Daniel Chan)

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10) A Muslim man offer the Friday prayers during the Holy Month of Ramadan at mosque in Kuala Lumpur, 19 July 2013. When the month of Ramadan begins, Muslims enter into a period of discipline and worship:  fasting during the day, and praying throughout the day and night. Photo by Daniel Chan

RAMADAN

11) Muslims offer the Friday prayers during the Holy Month of Ramadan at mosque in Kuala Lumpur, 19 July 2013. When the month of Ramadan begins, Muslims enter into a period of discipline and worship:  fasting during the day, and praying throughout the day and night. Photo by Daniel Chan

RAMADAN

12) Muslims offer the Friday prayers during the Holy Month of Ramadan at mosque in Kuala Lumpur, 19 July 2013. When the month of Ramadan begins, Muslims enter into a period of discipline and worship:  fasting during the day, and praying throughout the day and night. Photo by Daniel Chan

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