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Sain inspiraation pistää pystyyn uuden ketjun törmätessäni viime vuoden vastaavanlaiseen nimeltä Ramadan 2016: kootut veriteot ja terrori by jäsen @newspeak . Tämä ketju poikkeaa siltä osin, että toimii myös yleisenä kokoomaketjuna Ramadanin aikaisille uutisille.

Ramadania kärsitään 27(26).5.2017 - 25.6.2017 välisenä aikana.

Yli kuukausi aikaa kärsimykseen, mutta se ei estä mediaa aloittamasta tunnelman nostatusta tulevaan koitokseen jo hyvissä ajoin. IBTimesin Hussein Kesvani ohjeistaa ("humoristisesti") musultaaneja siitä miten yhdistää vaalit ja paastoaminen.

http://www.ibtimes.co.uk/muslims-guide-surviving-general-election-during-ramadan-1617829 (20.4.2017)

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A Muslim's guide to surviving the general election during Ramadan

Watch who you give samosas to - and try not to argue with your Ukip-voting uncle.

Here's the thing: Ramadan is tough. Everyone knows that. In the summer heat, you go without food and water for 20 hours a day, and you're forced to abstain from swearing, smoking and pretty much any other vice you might have.

That's tough but doable in any other given year. But it's not any other year. It's 2017 – the year where everything's in chaos and no one really knows what's going to happen. So, of course, what better time than now for a general election?

This is going to be hard on everybody, but without being able to calm yourself with sweets, cigarettes or coffee, it's probably important we come up with a way of surviving this thing in the most halal way possible. Here's a list of things that will probably (almost definitely) happen, and, hopefully, some ways you can manage them.

You'll be accused of Islamifying the vote

Key bit of advice: be very careful who you give samosas to. You might think that delivering some fresh iftar to your local campaigning group is a good way of spreading the love and keeping your team focused on winning the seat, but who knows what sort of mole might be in that group?

Do you really want to be the person who puts a parliamentary candidate at risk of being accused of being a secret Muslim? I can see it now: A picture of Jeremy Corbyn eating Turkish pastries, under the Daily Mail headline: "BAKLAVA BRITAIN: CORBYN PLANNING TO SELL OUT UK TO ERDOGAN".

Or worse still, an editorial column from Simon Heffer, accusing the Labour leader of eating "foreign halal meat" rather than a British pork pie. Trust me, it's not worth it. Even the worst samosas (potato ones) aren't worth that.

Dawah bros will tell you voting is haram

There are a few things guaranteed in every election. First, someone will accidentally invoke Hitler on live television. Second, politicians will take photos in as many high-vis jackets as possible. And third, as any Muslim voter will tell you, there'll always be some guy hanging out at the mosque telling you voting is haram.

This man will likely have been the local drug dealer just last week who, in true character, will grow a full beard and adopt full religious garms during Ramadan. He'll hand out flyers inside the mosque, calling the British democratic system 'shirk' and suggesting that anyone who goes to vote will have committed a cardinal sin. Moments after, he'll complain that the council have ticketed his car again, and under his breath mutter, "I wish someone would get rid of all the unnecessary double yellow lines".

Get ready for some uncomfortable family dinners

Here's the reason why Theresa May has ruined Ramadan – she's basically consigned every Muslim household in the UK into a state of perpetual bickering, intensified by hunger and thirst.

During a normal Ramadan, the family meal is the place to break bread and let loose. But dinners during election season will be fuelled by heated political argument. Labour vs Tory, Brexit vs Remain, Thatcherism vs Socialism. Politics is toxic enough as it is. Now multiply that by 100, add in plates full of spicy lamb curry and stinky fasting breath, and you can probably guess what happens next.

You'll be told not to talk about politics

Ramadan is a time when you're supposed to give yourself up to God. Nothing else matters – you're supposed to spend your free time reading religious scripture, praying, doing charity and so on. But this year, it's pretty much guaranteed that will all be consumed by politics. And because of that, your mosque, your friends, your family will all be extra careful not to talk about politics, or anything that could lead to it.

Sounds fine, right? Wrong. Because as you know, any conversation could lead to politics. The way you sit when you watch TV, the type of groceries you buy. Even things like the football will become wrapped up in layers of politics, because as we all know anyone who supports Chelsea is a Tory, end of.

And because of this, your everyday conversations will fizzle to nothing. At best, you'll talk about the weather, but what's more likely to happen is that you'll do silent, unassuming nods at people. And knowing your luck, even that will be interpreted as some sign that you're secretly voting Ukip.

Speaking of which...

You'll meet at least one uncle or auntie who is definitely voting Ukip. You'll end up alone with them in the mosque, and out of politeness you'll be forced to listen to how Ukip are just misunderstood, that they definitely aren't racist, and besides "Brexit means there'll be more chance for Muslims to come to Britain". At this point you won't argue. You'll just sit there and stare with a blank expression.

That's all you really have now. Apathy. And nothing else.

Myös Mirror on liittynyt tunnelman nostattajiin julkaisemalla tietopaketin Ramadanista, joten muu media (myös Suomalainen) lienee seuraavan perässä.

http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/world-news/ramadan-2017-start-uk-dates-10261128 (20.4.2017)

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Muslims observe Ramadan every year, but what is it?

For those who don't know Ramadan is a period of fasting observed by Muslim adults to celebrate the Muhammad receiving the Quran.

It's an annual event that's meant to help focus them on prayer, purification and charitable acts.

If you're wondering what it's all about, when it falls and how to observe it we have a guide for you.
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« Vastaus #1 : 24.04.2017, 14:55:05 »
PINK News uutisoi Tšetšeenien presidentin uhkauksesta eliminoida seksuaalivähemmistö Ramadania silmällä pitäen. Loput linkistä.

http://www.pinknews.co.uk/2017/04/21/chechnyas-president-i-will-eliminate-the-gay-community-by-the-start-of-ramadan/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+Pinknews+%28Pink+News%29 (21.4.2017)

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Chechnya’s president: I will eliminate the gay community by the start of Ramadan

The president of Chechnya has issued a chilling warning to gay men in the region.

Britain’s deputy foreign secretary revealed the terrifying threat from the Chechen leader while taking an urgent question on the situation in parliament.

Gay men have spoken of horrific beatings and torture in ‘concentration camp’ style prisons.

Sir Alan Duncan, Minister of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs, told parliament: “Human rights groups report that these anti-gay campaigns and killings are orchestrated by the head of the Chechen republic, Ramzan Kadyrov.

“He has carried out other violent campaigns in the past, and this time he is directing his efforts at the LGBT community.

“Sources have said that he wants the [LGBT] community eliminated by the start of Ramadan.”



Medical Press kirjoittaa Ramadanin riskeistä ykköstyypin diabeetikoille. Olen ollut siinä uskossa, että ainakin kakksotyypin diabetes on Suomessakin aika yleinen matuilla.

https://medicalxpress.com/news/2017-04-diabetics-fasting-ramadan-hypoglycemia-insulin.html (7.4.2017)

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A new study examining the risk of fasting during Ramadan for people with type 1 diabetes compared blood glucose control and the rates of hypoglycemia and hyperglycemia between users of insulin pump therapy versus multiple daily insulin injections. The researchers report their findings in Diabetes Technology & Therapeutics (DTT).

Reem Alamoudi, MD, MHSc, Imam Abdulrahman Bin Faisal National Guard Hospital, Dammam, Saudi Arabia, and coauthors from Saudi Arabia and Qatar compared glucose data collected using self-monitoring or continuous glucose monitoring in two groups of patients, one on a regimen of daily insulin injections and the other using continuous subcutaneous insulin infusion.

In the article entitled "Comparison of Insulin Pump Therapy and Multiple Daily Injections Insulin Regimen in Patients with Type 1 Diabetes During Ramadan Fasting," the researchers highlight the differences in glucose control, glucose variability, and rates of hypo- and hyper-glycemia between the two treatment groups. Hypoglycemia is common among patients with type 1 diabetes who fast during Ramadan and is the main cause of having to break the fast.

"In the future, use of an 'artificial pancreas' hybrid closed-loop system during Ramadan may allow patients to reduce or even eliminate hypoglycemia with increased time-in-range and reduced glucose variability," says DTT Editor-in-Chief Satish Garg, MD, Professor of Medicine and Pediatrics at the University of Colorado Denver (Aurora).
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« Vastaus #2 : 24.04.2017, 15:17:22 »
Sairaat ovat vapautetut ramadan-paastosta, joten missä on ongelma?.
(ja mikä "paasto", pieni muutos syömisessä päiväsaikaan mutta korvautuuhan se yömässäilyllä).

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« Vastaus #3 : 24.04.2017, 17:29:25 »
Jokos Ramadanin päättyminen on ohjeistettu vakiintuneeksi liputuspäiväksi Suomessa?


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« Vastaus #4 : 24.04.2017, 17:35:31 »
Olen aina ihmetellyt, miksi Ramadania kutsutaan paastoksi, koska sitä  se ei ole. Nuorempana tuli paastottua, kun siitä sai mukavasti virtaa. Siihen paastoon ei syöminen kuulunut millään tavoin.
Totuus kuulostaa vihapuheelta heistä, jotka vihaavat totuutta.

Sananvapaus ei ole oikeutta kertoa ihmisille, mitä he haluavat kuulla. Sananvapaus on vapautta kertoa ihmisille, mitä he eivät halua kuulla.

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« Vastaus #5 : 24.04.2017, 17:36:25 »
Jokos Ramadanin päättyminen on ohjeistettu vakiintuneeksi liputuspäiväksi Suomessa?

Ramadanin viettämisen päättymistä Suomessa voisi liputtaa parikin päivää.

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« Vastaus #6 : 24.04.2017, 17:45:28 »
Olen aina ihmetellyt, miksi Ramadania kutsutaan paastoksi, koska sitä  se ei ole. Nuorempana tuli paastottua, kun siitä sai mukavasti virtaa. Siihen paastoon ei syöminen kuulunut millään tavoin.

Kaikki mikä liittyy islamiin on valhetta, kieroilua tai pahuutta.

Ramadanin kymmenes päivä ja kaapuakka on turvoksissa ylensyömisestä.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tEb6bVvIaqU

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« Vastaus #7 : 24.04.2017, 19:45:48 »
Sen nämä ramadanin "paastoajat" ovat saaneet aikaan, että monet suomalaiset luulevat myös ortodoksien paaston tarkoittavan yösyöpöttelyä. Työpaikan kahvihuoneessa pääsiäisen alla naureskelivat, että munkit sitten alkavat auringon laskettua mässäillä.  :-\
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« Vastaus #8 : 24.04.2017, 21:16:34 »
Olen aina ihmetellyt, miksi Ramadania kutsutaan paastoksi, koska sitä  se ei ole. Nuorempana tuli paastottua, kun siitä sai mukavasti virtaa. Siihen paastoon ei syöminen kuulunut millään tavoin.

Kaikki mikä liittyy islamiin on valhetta, kieroilua tai pahuutta.

Ramadanin kymmenes päivä ja kaapuakka on turvoksissa ylensyömisestä.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tEb6bVvIaqU

Burka, burka, burka ja sitten pum.

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« Vastaus #9 : 26.04.2017, 19:50:45 »
Oli täysin odotettavissa, että Brittien vaalien ajankohta nostattaa kakkamyrskyn, koska maapallohan tunnetusti pyörii musultaanien aikataulujen ja tahtotilojen mukaisesti.

https://www.pressandjournal.co.uk/news/scotland/1230128/theresa-may-accused-of-ignoring-muslim-voters-by-holding-election-during-ramadam/ (26.4.2017)

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Theresa May accused of ignoring Muslim voters by holding election during Ramadam

Prime Minister Theresa May has been accused of ignoring Muslim voters in the General Election by scheduling it during Ramadan.

Muslim politicians from Labour and the Scottish National Party fear reduced voter turnout among Muslims on June 8, which falls during the holy month where fasting from dawn to sunset takes place.

Labour’s Yasmin Qureshi, MP for Bolton South East, said: “It is unfortunate that Theresa May has scheduled the election to take place during the holy month of Ramadan.

“I know this will present challenges to Muslim voters and those who wish to campaign. At best I can only suggest that this did not even feature in her thinking, which is disappointing.”

She added: “It may be that the election falling during Ramadan reduces turnout among Muslims.”

And Rushanara Ali, Labour MP for Bethnal Green and Bow, said: “The fact that the general election will fall in the middle of Ramadan is not ideal.

“Holding an election during Ramadan means there could be a disproportionate effect on voter turnout in those constituencies with a sizeable Muslim population.

“If anyone thinks that their ability to go and vote will be affected, I urge them to register for a postal vote.”


SNP MSP Humza Yousaf, the Scottish Government Minister for Transport and the Islands, also voiced fears that fewer Muslims will vote, adding that “you can never really hold an election at a perfect time”.

“I think it would be fair to say that a lot of people in the Muslim community feel that they were certainly not even factored at all into the conversation or the thinking because it will have an impact, I suspect, on turnout,” he said.

However, the Muslim Council of Britain said it could see “no reason” why holding the election during Ramadan – which this year is expected to be from around May 27 to June 24 – should have any impact on Muslims turning up to vote.

The group added: “There is probably more ‘voter fatigue’ generally across the country following the extensive recent campaigns in the lead-up to the 2015 general election and the 2016 EU Referendum.

“Muslims fasting during Ramadan will go about their normal daily activities and taking time out to cast a vote will have no impact on their choice to do so.”

Sayed Yousif Al-Khoei OBE, chairman of the Al-Khoei Foundation, a Shi’a Muslim organisation, said: “In general, Ramadan and fasting is not supposed to impede normal life. It’s supposed to be a spiritual experience.

“But for some people, you know, the combination of the hot weather… and lack of foods could be an impediment.

“But the spiritual uplifting of fasting should really make a Muslim more resilient and that should not really be a pretext for not voting, and I encourage everyone to use their right to vote.”
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