Open Iftar project brings together people from all cultures and faiths People from a variety of different backgrounds come together to break fast and share a meal
By NADEEM BADSHAH IT IS A warm summer evening and hundreds of people of all races and religions are sitting on the ground to break their fast with burger and chips to mark Ramadan. They are not in the grounds of a mosque or someone’s house, but in a large tent where guests of any background are invited. The award-winning Ramadan Tent Project’s (RTP) Open Iftar, which has been held in central London and Manchester during the holy month, has led to a growing number of non-Muslims going without food or drink until around 9 pm. Turkish kebabs, rice and pasta…
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