On Easter Sunday, Siddique Paul, a Christian Pakistani from Sydney, invited his Muslim friends to share dinner with his family. The meal took place during Ramadan and marked the Iftar, which is when Muslims break their day-long fast after sunset. Paul believes that such displays of togetherness are important for promoting harmony among people with different religious beliefs. He says that both Muslims and Christians believe in one God, cherish family and community, and strive to live with compassion and integrity. These shared values can bring people together and help promote harmony between communities. The guests at the Iftar were touched by Paul’s gesture and felt heartened to see different faiths coming together in a spirit of mutual respect.
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