Ramadan 2023 Begins: First Iftar Gathering

Despite facing challenges with electricity due to high winds, the first iftar gathering at the Uyghur Mosque was a successful and joyful event for all who attended.

Children and adults alike gathered together to break their fast and enjoy a fun evening together in celebration of Ramadan. However, when the winds picked up, the electricity went out, casting a momentary shadow of concern on the gathering. But the community quickly came together to find a solution. The mosque’s leaders and volunteers worked to light candles and lanterns to keep the space illuminated, while others made sure that the food and refreshments remained available for everyone.

Despite the unexpected power outage, the event continued, and attendees were able to break their fast and enjoy each other’s company in the warm glow of candlelight. The children played games and participated in activities, and the adults shared stories and laughter over delicious food.In the end, the first iftar gathering at the Uyghur Mosque was a testament to the resilience and spirit of the community. Despite facing unexpected challenges, the community came together and created a joyful and memorable evening that celebrated the spirit of Ramadan.

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