There is no escaping the lame stream media’s moronic glorification of the Muselmanic daytime fast and nightly gorging routine they call ‘Ramadan’.
Smoky flavours: Abdul Kadar’s camel burger store in Lakemba.Â Photo: Getty Images/Michele Mossop
It is one of the holiest times of the year for Muslims around the world, and for some it is also one of the busiest.
In between the feasting and fasting, there is a great deal of buying, selling and, importantly, giving occuring around Australia during the month of Ramadan.
Sales of halal meat skyrockets, while restaurants offer special set Ramadan menus. Even travel agencies are busy, offering package tours of a pilgrimage to Mecca.
Tarik Houchar, who runs the Muslim women’s online fashion store Hijab House in Parramatta in Sydney, said his profit surges fourfold during the period.
Sales are fuelled by a tradition that at the end of Ramadan, when EidÂ al-FitrÂ is celebrated over three days, Muslims wear new clothes. More from Melanie Kembrey/SMH