S. Florida Muslims use Ramadan as a time of breaking bread with others
Ramadanis wrapped in two paradoxes. In one, a month of fasting has become a time of congregational dinners. In the other, a time for Muslims has become a time for others.
South Florida Muslims are inviting their neighbors to Iftar, a nightly dinner during Ramadan. Starting today or Saturday, depending on the first sighting of the new moon, the holy month is a time of daytime fasting and nightly prayers. But after each sundown, believers gather for the fast-breaking. . the entire article