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    Ramadan Greetings to our Moslem friends

    On the occasion of the beginning of the Month of Ramadan, IFLAC sends its best wishes of peace and harmony to all its friends.

    May you enjoy a very happy and peaceful Ramadan.

    The IFLAC Committee


    One Comment on “Ramadan Greetings to our Moslem friends”

    1. selenedreams says:

      RAMADAN MUBARAK to all my friends. Ramadan is the holiest month in the Muslim calendar what I find interesting and heart warming is that the month moves around the Gregorian calendar so each day and each month become blessed. On this month those who do not eat during the day know the hardship of being without food or water for those who do not have time to read Qur’an during the year it is a time to ponder and reflect on the Qur’an. So Muslims are fed spiritually, physically as family and friends get together after sunset to celebrate and rekindle old friendships and most important spiritually as each person thinks about Allah (God) and the afterlife. RAMADA MUBARAK

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