Lawyer, Ramia Sultan was interviewed for an ABC article on Ramadan.
“I have to have my coffee before dawn!” said Sydney lawyer and mother-of-three Ramia Abdo Sultan.
Sitting in her office in Sydney’s south-west, Ms Sultan said apart from the important spiritual aspect of the month-long fast from dawn to dusk, it is all about planning ahead for her three school-aged children, aged 11, 9 and 7.
“There is a bit of panic that goes with the beginning of Ramadan, with questions like how are we going to cope? How are we going to juggle everything we that we normally do throughout the day?” Ms Sultan said.
“What is important to note is that we do wake up pre-dawn and we do have a meal I guess to stock up for the entire day, so I make sure I have my coffee, for example, to avoid a potential migraine throughout the day.”
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