The Ahmadiyya Muslim Community UK is extending a warm invitation to the general public and media to view and participate in a series of five Virtual Big Iftar events to be held in the month of Ramadhan. The next event is being held on Saturday, 2nd May. The first event was held on Friday, April 25th.
Those interested should register their interest at:
Ibrahim Ikhlaf, Director for Outreach & Public Affairs says: ” As proven by research there are many physical and mental health benefits of fasting. During these talks you can learn how fasting can strengthen your resilience in the current crisis, help with self-development, root causes of addictions and domestic abuse. Event participants will also have the opportunity to try our Fasting Challenge and join the live event to break the fast with the Muslim community.”
The Ahmadiyya Muslim Community Built the largest mosque in the UK, the Baitul Futuh Mosque as well as the first in London, the Fazal Mosque, in 1924.
Other content highlights include:
- Government guidelines during this crisis – is obedience an attribute of loyalty?
- Fasting and the battle against Covid-19 – a story of an NHS Intensive care Doctor
- An online virtual tour of Western Europe’s biggest Mosque
- British Muslims sharing their Vlogs about their fasting experience during lockdown
- Practical tips on social distancing and self-isolation.
Further details can be obtained at http://www.bigvirtualiftar.co.uk