Two men travel to 30 mosques in 30 days during Ramadan
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Visiting 30 US mosques in 30 days

Aman Ali and Bassam Tariq have spent the Muslim holy month of Ramadan crisscrossing the US and visiting a mosque in a new state each day - and blogging about their journey.

Funded in part by online donations, their trip aims to tell the story of Islam in America, from Anchorage, Alaska to New York City.

"We're on a mission to tell authentic stories about Muslims," Mr Ali said. "That's how you show what Muslim Americans and their lifestyles are like."

The BBC catches up with the New York-based duo in Little Rock in the southern state of Arkansas, where they pray and break the Ramadan fast with members of the city's small Muslim community.

Produced by the BBC's Matt Danzico