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new friends an insight to their celebration. Ramadan, the ninth month of the Islamic Composed Tony Watling 11th. Nov. 2015 Two years ago, Mohammed and Mai lunar by calendar, commemorates the first Mostafa brought their young Egyptian revelation of the Quran to Muhammad. family to New Zealand and settled in During this month, Muslims fast each Churton Park. They soon made new day from dawn to dusk, both as an act of Kiwi friends, who quickly made them worship and a means of becoming more feel at home. compassionate to those in need. They Mai, who is the welcoming faceOur at summer wake early forwere suhoor pre-dawn meal) pools built(aby us. the Churton Park Community Centre, and break their fast with an evening meal Blends in well did cause no fuss. has done much to find ways of bringing called iftar. It is common for mosques to slide will cause a splash. people of all ages and cultures togetherWith to hydro host large iftars, especially for the poor it many people dash.by nightly prayers foster the area’s community spirit. And toand needy, followed Through native bush we twist and wiggle. As practising Muslims, Mai’s family celcalled tarawih. From the children a giggle. ebrate Ramadan and wanted to give their With help brings from her Egyptian friend

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