Tonight, the Immigration Museum hosted a ‘Spirit Of Ramadan’ Iftar, in partnership with Benevolence Australia and the Moroccan Soup Bar.
Benevolence founder, Saara Sabbagh, delivered a purposeful talk to the objectives of fasting, extolling the need to nourish our souls in the absence of food and drink, during Ramadan.
The Iftar meal was served in an impromptu dining room, decorated in Moroccan fineries, to compliment a scrumptious 7 course banquet, along one of the longest dining table I’ve ever seen
Guests attending hailed from a variety of faith and cultural backgrounds. Many shared reflections about the evening, highlighting the harmony, inclusivity, understanding and education these events foster