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Baghdad Burning: Girl Blog from Iraq Chapter Summary & Analysis - Friday, October 31, 2003. Summary

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Friday, October 31, 2003. Summary and Analysis

The month of October for Riverbend includes the month-long festival of Ramadhan and the increasing hostilities of Operation Iron Hammer.

Her entries in this section begins by Riverbend talking about the start of the Ramadhan festivity, or the holy month in which many Muslim's fast during the hours daylight, only to break their fast when the sun has set. This period is supposed to mark an intense spiritual time for the practising Muslim, one which heightens their appreciation of their faith, themselves and the divinity. It is also customary to concentrate on family, community and friends, and many Muslims choose to travel to their close relations to break their fast. In Riverbend's blog she starts by explaining Ramadhan and the glorious feasts that she would normally be able to enjoy, but ends by commenting that this Ramadhan there is less food, and little...

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