۱۰ خرداد ۱۳۹۹ | May 30, 2020
The Muslim community are marking Eid, the breaking of the Ramadan fast

This year Eid, like most aspects of our daily life, has moved into the intimate setting of private homes. The Dalati family in Georges Hall try their best to inject the Eid celebratory spark by decorating their home, setting up prayer mats, hook-up to relatives via zoom, open their presents, and prepare the feast. I

Hawzah News Agency - (Sydney - Australia) - The joyous end of Ramadan is usually celebrated with the coming together of large families and friends in big public gatherings, feasting and exchanging gifts in community centres and halls. This year Eid, like most aspects of our daily life, has moved into the intimate setting of private homes. The Dalati family in Georges Hall try their best to inject the Eid celebratory spark by decorating their home, setting up prayer mats, hook-up to relatives via zoom, open their presents, and prepare the feast. In Lakemba the family-run Al Fayhaa Bakery prepares traditional Eid food for the wider community. Photography by Dean Sewell.

The joyous end of Ramadan is usually celebrated with the coming together of large families and friends in big public gatherings, feasting and exchanging gifts in community centres and halls. This year Eid, like most aspects of our daily life, has moved into the intimate setting of private homes. The Dalati family in Georges Hall try their best to inject the Eid celebratory spark by decorating their home, setting up prayer mats, hook-up to relatives via zoom, open their presents, and prepare the feast. In Lakemba the family-run Al Fayhaa Bakery prepares traditional Eid food for the wider community.

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