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5: At night, a large and elaborate meal can be eaten at a mosque or with family and friends. Sweets are often quite popular at these meals.
4: Certain groups are exempt from fasting, including pregnant women, the mentally or physically ill, and children.
3: Those who cannot fast can substitute their fasting by feeding a poor person.
2: Curious to know about how many people celebrate Ramadan? Well, to give you a general idea, as of 2015, there were 1.8 billion Muslims in the world. That number is expected to increase by 3 billion by 2060.
1: If a Muslim person breaks their fast unintentionally, there is no punishment. However, some infractions require making up for missed days which is called “Qada.”