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Eid al-Fitr, the “Eid of breaking the fast” is a special time for Muslims to come together and celebrate.

We know from first-hand experience how hard it is for converts around Eid time, a time that should be filled with joy and togetherness. To ensure that no one is alone, we have organised this online gathering of reflection, games, poetry, and discussion.

Click here to join, no registration is required:

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