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"In Ramadan, you don't look at others who don't have enough to eat or drink and see them as Muslim or not Muslim. You just see them as people, and Ramadan just helps you to better see those in need around us." — Mikael Bryant, originally from Enid and a board member with CAIR-OK

Bible readers are familiar with the story of Moses, and how he ascended the mountain to receive the tablets with the Ten Commandments from God. While the cat was away, the mouse began to play - and the "stiff-necked" people threw all their jewelry and precious metals into a vat, thus giving Aaron the fodder to mold a golden calf. Thereafter, the people began to worship it - and from there, things went downhill.