‘Finally, I can eat!’
Breaking the fast in Didsbury
Dear members — this year, Passover, Ramadan and Easter all coincided, something which hasn’t happened in 33 years. For Muslims, Ramadan is the holiest month and it’s a time of spiritual discipline: there’s no eating or drinking from dawn until sunset. But it’s also a time of enormous togetherness and joy, providing a great opportunity to spend time with friends and family. At the weekend, Dani was invited to iftar (the meal with which the fast is broken in the evening) with a south Manchester family. A warning for those who haven’t had lunch yet: her piece will make you very hungry.
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