RAMALLAH, West Bank (AP) -
Alongside hundreds of millions of Muslims observing the
sunrise-to-sundown fast of Ramadan, a minority in the community goes
underground each year during the holy month, sneaking sandwiches and
cigarettes when no one is looking.
They include Muslims
ambivalent about their faith or outright atheists, nicotine addicts too
hooked to quit for 15 hours straight or those who simply don't want to
deal with a day of being hungry.
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