They call me “Tata”. That is what many francophone people call their aunts. I am not their aunt, however. They are Senegalese after all, and I am American.However, we would all say that race, nationality, language nor culture changes the fact that we are family.
In 1842, John Wentworth, editor of the Chicago Democrat, asked Joseph Smith to provide information about the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, explaining the basic beliefs and principles of this newly reorganized religion. In addition to sending information about the history of the church as well as an overview of his own personal religious experiences, Joseph Smith included a summary list of thirteen items or basic points of belief. These points were called “the faith of the Latter-day Saints” and later became known as the Articles of Faith.
The Islamic month of
Ramadan is at an end, and right about now many Muslims across the world are
celebrating Eid-ul-Fitr – the biggest celebration of the year – as well as
expressing sadness at having bid adieu to a time full of blessings. The
repetition of fasting and praying is such in this month that many events blend
into each other, seemingly endlessly and with the danger of being forgotten.
Here then, is a roundup of what occurred in the United States in the month of
Ramadan and how it affected the millions of Muslims in this country.