During the holy month of Ramadan, Muslims gather each night after sundown for “iftar,” a meal to break the daylight fast. On Saturday night (June 25), the Islamic Center of Charlotte is inviting non-Muslims to join them for a meal and to ask questions about Islam, Ramadan and their tradition of fasting.
During the holy month of Ramadan, Muslims gather each night after sundown for “iftar,” a meal to break the daylight fast. On Saturday night (June 25), the Islamic Center of Charlotte is inviting non-Muslims to join them for a meal and to ask questions about Islam, Ramadan and their tradition of fasting. Daniella Cheslow McClatchy
During the holy month of Ramadan, Muslims gather each night after sundown for “iftar,” a meal to break the daylight fast. On Saturday night (June 25), the Islamic Center of Charlotte is inviting non-Muslims to join them for a meal and to ask questions about Islam, Ramadan and their tradition of fasting. Daniella Cheslow McClatchy

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