Let all who are hungry come and eat

Creating Peace, One Meal At A Time

Meals for peace

:: Although they rarely agree, Muslim and Jewish students at Yale University foster a sense of understanding, civility ::

By ADRIAN BRUNE, (Islam for Today, 28 September, 2006)

Especially during the holy month of Ramadan, a time in which Muslims re-evaluate their lives in the light of Islamic guidance, people of all beliefs can join in a nightly Iftar, over adukku roti and fattoush.

Similarly, at their annual Passover Seder, Jews have a saying before feasting on matzah and noodle kugel: “Let all who are hungry come and eat.”

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