Muslims all over the world host dinners called iftars to break their daily fasts during the month of Ramadan. They’re held at restaurants and in private homes. One Muslim couple living in Atlanta mix West African traditions from their native Guinea with Muslim rituals for Ramadan.
Muslims all over the world are in the midst of the month of Ramadan. In Atlanta, young Muslim professionals are organizing group dinners called iftars to break their all-day fast. Here’s a glimpse of one dinner that brought together more than 50 young Muslims as they ended another day of abstaining from food and drink.