Next week marks the end of the holy month of Ramadan, a time of prayer and reflection for roughly half a million Muslims living in Southern California. A big part of the holiday is fasting from dawn until sunset. But as the sun goes down each evening, family and friends gather to pray and share a meal.
After sunset, LA’s muslims gather to break their Ramadan fast
From this Episode:
After a day of fasting, LA’s muslims gather and break bread for Iftar
It sounds like a typical weeknight at the home of Jihad Turk and Anjum Mir.
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