Yes folks, it's that time again. Ramadan is upon us and the BBC and The Guardian are wetting their pants with excitement -reminding us of this "Holy Month" (well, of course, it's only "holy" if you face towards a meteorite with your bum in the air, but hey, all religions are equal, aren't they? Except for the BBC and The Guardian some religions are more equal than others) Expect less coverage of the annual Church burnings and forced conversions in the next few weeks.
Meanwhile, back at the ranch:
All members of Tower Hamlets Council in east London, where 36 per cent of the population follows Islam, were sent an email asking them to abide by the restrictions observed by strict Muslims during the holy month.
They have also been told that the town hall's business agenda will be reduced throughout Ramadan to accommodate Muslims, with only seven committee meetings scheduled and special prayer breaks included in the evening events.
Ever felt a stranger in your own land?