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Religion and Spirituality

Iftar Under the Moonlight: Community Iftar Dinner

March 22, 2024 at 7:00pm9:00pm EDT

Goldstein Auditorium, Goldstein Auditorium

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Muslims across the globe celebrate the holy month of Ramadan, fasting from dawn until sunset. The purpose of Ramadan is not only about abstaining from food. It is also about charity, empathy, and building character. Muslim members of the Syracuse University Community cordially invite you to a Ramadan Dinner (Iftar).

Iftar, also known as futoor (the Arabic word for breakfast), is a meal held every day during Ramadan at sunset. Fasting is one of the main pillars of Ramadan, and those observing the holiday do not consume any food or drink between sunrise and sunset. After evening prayer and sunset, Muslims break their fast with Iftar.

To inquire about this special dinner, please email

You can register here!

For more information, please check Hendricks Chapel’s Muslim Chaplaincy web page.

This event was first published on January 23, 2024 and last updated on March 11, 2024.

Event Details

Please contact Hendricks Chapel at 315.443.2901 for parking information.