The Iran-backed militia has outlawed loudspeakers for the Taraweeh and Qiyam al-Layl prayers, but continues to broadcast its own messages.
As Syrians observe Ramadan away from home for the seventh year, the UAE and Saudi Arabia have stepped in to fill a shortfall in aid.
The Iran-backed militia has unilaterally established a 'General Authority for Zakat' and is trying to increase its zakat revenue via other means.
The holy month is a time to pray, fast and get closer to God by performing good deeds and renouncing violence, Yemeni scholars say.
Former residents of the opposition enclave of Eastern Ghouta have more food to eat in exile, but many have sorrow they cannot mask.
A number of individuals have organised group efforts to aid the poor and displaced with food and clothing during the holy month.
The rate for Eid al-Fitr zakat has been set at 250 Yemeni riyals per person this year, and authorities are calling on all those who are able to pay.
Every evening after breaking the daily fast, Iraqi families enjoy communal activities and Ramadan traditions that were banned under ISIS rule.
Syrian refugees and low-income Lebanese dine side by side at iftar banquets hosted by Lebanese and foreign charitable organisations.
Thousands of young people have been gathering in a central Baghdad stadium during the holy month to participate in the 'ring game' or to watch it being played.