ABOUTBig Virtual Iftar
We usually invite our non-Muslim friends from local communities to our Mosques to join us for the Big Iftar Dinner and we host them in a pleasant evening to talk about interfaith matters and to break bread with us. However, due to the current restrictions, so we would like to invite you to our virtual events which will consist of online live talks, a virtual tour of Britain’s biggest Mosque, National Fasting Challenge, personal stories of Muslims impacted by COVID-19, question & answer sessions and to watch people breaking a fast live.
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ACTIVITIESWe will be holding 5 online events (see Schedule) with below activities
Virtual Mosque Tour
National Fasting Challenge
Breaking Fast Live
SCHEDULEProgramme for all events
NATIONAL FASTING CHALLENGEAn opportunity to experience a fast for a day or if you feel adventurous the entire month
Every year 3.4 million British Muslims partake in fasting in the holy month of Ramadan. Like last year, you can join in with us to reap the physical, mental, and spiritual benefits of fasting. We are welcoming participants to offer a one day fast, five day fast or the complete 30 day fast. You decide what you feel you can handle!
Share your experience on social media with the hashtags #BigVirtualIftar and #NationalFastingChallenge.
Click on “REGISTER NOW” below to sign up for the challenge and to receive the rules & guidelines on how to observe a fast according to Islam. You will have the option to join a private members Facebook group for support.
The following are not permitted to participate in the challenge: one who is travelling, one who is sick, one who needs to take medication, one who has a vaccination appointment or a pregnant female.
EVENT FAQMost frequently asked question about the Big Virtual Iftar
You can send an email to email@example.com for any queries.
No, this event is primarily for our non-Muslim brothers and sisters but we also welcome all Muslims to join us and #FastAtHome during Ramadan.
Learn about Ramadan and what it’s like to fast for almost 18 hours? This practice has lots of benefits that you can take away especially relevant to people being in quarantine and self-isolation due to Coronavirus crisis.
Try our National Fasting Challenge and join the live event to break your fast with the Muslim community. We will send you the rules for this challenge.
Yes you can register for each of the 5 events of the Big Virtual Iftar.
You will receive this on the day via an email – simply click on the link and it will open up in YouTube. You can also cast this on to your Smart TV YouTube app.
Yes – you can ask on YouTube Live via the chat, email your questions during the session to firstname.lastname@example.org, send an SMS to 07392414832 (UK mobile), post a question on our Facebook page True Islam UK or send a Tweet to @trueislamuk and add #bigvirtualiftar.