The last iftar

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Memon Masjid puts out 250-300 free iftar meals, serving around 1000-1200 people everyday. (Continue Reading)

The food includes a samosa and a plate of rice or biryani.
The food includes a samosa and a plate of rice or biryani.
Volunteer boys place fruits in dishes for Iftar.
Volunteer boys place fruits in dishes for Iftar.
Worshippers wait for the call to prayer to indicate that they may break their fast.
Worshippers wait for the call to prayer to indicate that they may break their fast.
All dishes are carefully filled with equal amounts of food.
All dishes are carefully filled with equal amounts of food.
Visitors open their fasts.
Visitors open their fasts.
Right before Iftar, the imam of the mosque does a collaborative prayer.
Right before Iftar, the imam of the mosque does a collaborative prayer.
The dishes are collected together in set of four.
The dishes are collected together in set of four.
After Iftar, everyone goes in the mosque to pray.
After Iftar, everyone goes in the mosque to pray.
After the Iftar and prayer, the volunteers get back to their work, start cleaning and collecting dishes to wash them.
After the Iftar and prayer, the volunteers get back to their work, start cleaning and collecting dishes to wash them.
Visitors leave the mosque after the prayer and Iftar.
Visitors leave the mosque after the prayer and Iftar.
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