FPM News
After two years of cancellation because of Covid 19 Pandemic, we are exited to announce that “Street Iftar” is finally back! Ramadan is a hugely important month in the Muslim calendar – a time of spiritual reflection and abstinence from food and drink, which serves as a poignant reminder of the suffering of the world’s poverty-stricken communities.
At this year’s gathering, Tuesday 19th April 2022 at 6.30pm on St Thomas’s Road, London N4 2QH (outside Finsbury Park Mosque), the first since the onset of the pandemic, we expect between 1200-1500 people of all faiths and none to share Iftar together, where many notable figures will be in attendance including local government representatives, MPs, faith and community leaders.
This event is for the coalescent of communities to get together and showing our collective strength to silence hatred and empower harmony and resilience, providing a platform for us all to stand in solidarity with ‘hope’.
We hope you can join this street iftar to help us celebrate this renewed commitment towards a united British society.