Sunday the 20th of September, Ramadan will be ended; Ramadan is a holy month for Arabians. They do not eat in this month in order to experience how poor people are living. This is a way of sympathizing with poor people in Islam. I respect this sympathy; however, in many countries in the Middle East eating is forbidden during daytime: this month is difficult for people who are not willing to conform with this Arabian practice!! Such as in Jordan which is an American ally, a country which claims to have the duty to promote democracy in the world. The fact that you decide to conform to this practice should not restrict other people’s rights, who have another way of being a good person. In my opinion this is in conflict with personal freedom and against the fundamental aspects of any religion that respects an individual’s rights, as the Lord does. No religion should be forcing itself upon people. It is not just only others who should respect Arabian religion, Arabians should also respect other religions and not attacked them. Choosing a religion is a fundamental right of any individual, the same way one chooses a partner for life. There are many ways to be a good person and you have the right to chose a religion and believe in your own way. I wish a nice Id-al-Fitr for all Arabians and I hope as result of this exercise hate can be displaced with love and all can share their happiness with poor people for the coming year .