Posts Tagged “iftar”

Host an Iftar to help Gaza refugees

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Host an Iftar to help Gaza refugees

Host an Iftar to help Gaza refugees The United Nations Relief and Works Agency is organizing worldwide support for Palestinian refugees living in the Israeli besieged Gaza Strip this Ramadan. You can help, too, by hosting an “Iftar for Gaza” event and donating proceeds to support the Palestinians living in the Gaza Strip. This is…

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Focus on Substance: Here’s what’s happening at Mosque

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Focus on Substance: Here’s what’s happening at Mosque

Many people associate a mosque with terrorism and question whether mosques are safe or are actually brainwashing young Muslims to become urban Jihadists By Abdennour Toumi Hearing the negative discourse about Arabs and Muslims that has been increasing in French society, many people associate mosques with terrorism and question whether mosques are safe or are…

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Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel hosts Iftar for area Muslims

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Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel hosts Iftar for area Muslims

More than 275 Muslims attend Iftar hosted Tuesday night by Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel in honor of the breaking of the fast by Muslims during the Holy Month of Ramadan. Emanuel vowed his administration is open to people of all religions, ethnicities and heritage and said Chicago was a city of inclusion. The mayor’s remarks…

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Obama hosts Iftar in honor of Ramadan

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Obama hosts Iftar in honor of Ramadan

President Obama hosted his annual Iftar dinner, a tradition at the White House originally started under the administration of former President Bill Clinton and organized by then First Lady Hillary Clinton. The guest list was inclusive and consisted of representatives of several American Muslim communities and also the diplomatic corp representing Islamic nations including those…

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Islamic world to observe Ramadan beginning June 17

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Islamic world to observe Ramadan beginning June 17

The Holy Month of Ramadan for Muslims will begin June 17, or at the first sight of the new moon and will continue for 29-30 days depending on the complete cycle of the moon. It is a time of religious observation, recommitment to faith and a time of fasting for observant Muslims around the world….

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Ziyad Liquid Jameed and Middle East holidays

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Ziyad Liquid Jameed and Middle East holidays

Ziyad Liquid Jameed and Middle East holidays By Ray Hanania Jameed is a critical ingredient to many high quality Middle Eastern and Mediterranean food recipes and it has a fascinating history that is often misunderstood. Literally translated from Arabic to English to mean “hardened,” Jameed is made from the Ewe, the female goat or sheep…

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