Muslims from across Western Massachusetts gathered at the Eastern States Exposition in West Springfield to celebrate the holy day that’s from the lunar-based Islamic calendar by gathering to pray together on the grounds of the Eastern States Exposition on Friday, while observing social distancing regulations during the coronavirus pandemic…more: masslive
someone is going to wake up, leave the house and get in a huge argument with a stranger about wearing masks.
Grocery store managers are training staff on how to handle screaming customers. Fistfights are breaking out at convenience stores…more: nytimes
Tennessee Newspaper Apologizes for ‘Utterly Indefensible’ Anti-Muslim Ad…MORE: nytimes
At least 12 people have been injured after a car crashed into a Muslim clothing shop in Sydney on Thursday afternoon….more: independent
Islamic Society of Western Massachusetts celebrates end of Ramadan with drive-thru Eid celebration…more: wwlp
The vibrant collection of people celebrating the day after Eid al-Fitr at the Islamic Society of Western Massachusetts had to change because of the coronavirus.
This year, the mosque decided to provide food to hundreds of community members in need as the country remains in the midst of the unprecedented pandemic…more: masslive
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WEST SPRINGFIELD – The last day of Ramadan, the month-long fast observed by Muslims around the world, concludes Saturday, May 23, with Eid al-Fitr or the Festival of the Breaking of the Fast.
However, the annual prayer and celebratory gatherings that mark Ramadan’s end will be reduced to a smaller scale this year as many mosques in Massachusetts elect to remain closed in response to the coronavirus disease 2019 pandemic. masslive
Celebrating Eid at Home Due to the Lockdown! Here simple tips for how you can have a blessed Eid during lockdown. 1) Make Takbeer : As soon you break your fasting on the last day of Ramadan say: Allaahu akbar,…