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Wishing a coworker "Happy Ramadan" isn't offensive

Wishing a coworker "Happy Ramadan" isn't offensive

Most Muslims use the Arabic translation "Ramadan Mubarak" to greet each other. You can also say "Ramadan Kareem." It means "have a generous Ramadan."

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