It's high time for a grown-up attitude toward Muslim practice in Britain
The U.K. was shocked over the decision to broadcast on TV a call to prayer during Ramadan. But the storm fizzled as quickly as it erupted, for Britons have more important things to worry about than religious tensions - there's a royal baby on the way.
As more than 2 million Muslims in Britain begin Wednesday the holy month of Ramadan, the main concern for the religiously devout among them is likely to be the long summer days, prolonging the daily fasting period to nearly eighteen hours, the rare heat-wave and the fact that many of them are employed in workplaces not accustomed to accommodating their needs. Few of them will probably be concerned at 3 A.M., when...
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