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Ramadan
Hossam Aljabri (standing), his wife, Hoda El Sharkawi, and children Ali (left) and Eman gather for a pre-dawn suhur feast. (George Rizer / Globe staff) George Rizer / Globe staff

During Ramadan, a meal to fast on

By Omar Sacirbey
Globe Correspondent / October 3, 2007

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RANDOLPH - Around 4:15 a.m. on a recent Tuesday morning, Hossam Aljabri is standing in front of his refrigerator removing eggs, butter, cheese, pita, and a plate of canned fava beans seasoned with cumin, oil, and lemon juice, which his wife, Hoda El Sharkawi, put together the night before. A box of California dates sits on a table in the ... (Full article: 976 words)

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