Do you have Ramadan problems?
Thirsty? Hungry? That’s the case for users on Twitter. The hashtag #RamadanProblems has been trending on the social media platform as Muslims worldwide mark the Islamic holy month.
The festival sees Muslims abstain from food, water and sexual intercourse during daylight hours. For those living in places such as Britain and Sweden, the day to day fasts can last for over 20 hours.
So, check out this video for the lowdown on #RamadanProblems.
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