Norwich Mosque invites non-Muslims to break Ramadan fast
- Credit: Sonya Duncan
A Norwich mosque is inviting non-Muslims to take part in an event next month.
East Anglian Bangladeshi Islamic Centre has invited people to break their fast with Norwich Muslims at 9.15pm on Sunday, June 3.
During the month of Ramadan, Muslims fast for around 30 days, which means no food or drink between sunrise and sunset.
This year Ramadan falls between May 16 and June 14. The lunar cycle-based event ends with the beginning of Eid al-Fitr.
Visitors can ask questions about Ramadan, and also watch the sunset prayer be performed.
The event is free and fasting is not compulsory for visitors. It is part of The Great Get Together, a national event inspired by Jo Cox MP.
The East Anglian Bangladeshi Islamic Centre is located in Rose Lane in Norwich.
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To attend, contact 07908252246 or firstname.lastname@example.org with dietary requirements.