Noah is not Muslim, but like many people displaced by conflict in South Sudan, he’s practically fasting—not because it’s the month of Ramadan, but because there’s not enough food. Noah’s fast is one of desperation. When his family has no food, they don’t know when they’ll be able to eat again. Fear mixes with their hunger, pressing on them every day. This kind of hunger exists in South Sudan … in the United States … in every corner of every country in the world.
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