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    Posted: 28 May 2018 at 10:59am
TORONTO – Ramadan public iftar events are becoming popular in the Greater Toronto Area as Muslims share the fasting experience with their fellow citizens in public squares across the city.

On May 23 and 24 at Nathan Phillips Square outside Toronto City Hall, Northern Lights Relief Foundation, a non-profit organization, held a free iftar event to share the Ramadan experience and a meal with Torontonians, especially the needy.

“People from all walks of life joined us to share generosity in our City,” said Northern Lights Relief Foundation in a statement.

“Sharing a meal is also an opportunity for us to come together with people from different beliefs, cultures, and identities.”

“Great to join Northern Lights Relief Foundation at their Ramadan festival in Nathan Phillips Square,” tweeted Toronto Mayor John Tory.

“It’s a fantastic event that shares the Ramadan iftar meal with those less fortunate. This is the true spirit of our city.” ...

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