The key thing here is the automatic acceptance of changing the rules that guides everyone else, to cater for the needs of a guy not eating during the day. The comparison with Jewish soldiers serving in the army is like mixing apples with oranges.
Watch: Ramadan in the Finnish army
The holy month of Ramadan is when Muslims around the world fast from dawn until sunset – including a number of those in the Finnish army. Increasing numbers of Muslims now serve in Finland’s armed forces, though Muslims have served in the country’s military formations since the 1870s.