Iftar in the Islam Religion.
Every year during the month of Ramadan people of the Islamic faith fast to follow in the footsteps of their prophet Mohammed. The main purpose for this month of fasting is to resist temptation. While fasting, they eat in the morning before sunrise and then don't eat all day until the sun sets and then they eat again. The breaking of the fast is a very holy time of the day, it is called Iftar. It is very important to break fast at the one particular time that the calendar says, this is why they have Iftar on campus in the University Center all month long for people that have class till…
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