Muslim and Jewish communities to fast together

The Seattle Chapter of Ahmadiyya Muslim Community USA and the members of Temple B’nai Torah in Bellevue will observe the Muslim fast of Ramadan and the Jewish fast of Tisha B’av on July 29.

Members of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community plan to offer evening congregational prayers at the Synagogue and plan to share a presentation on the importance of Ramadan the day of the event. Holy Quran and Torah exhibitions will be held.

The program starts at 7 p.m. at Temple B’nai Torah, 1527 NE Fourth St, Bellevue.

Source: Bellevue Reporter

4 replies

  1. “Say, ‘O People of the Book! come to a word equal between us and you — that we worship none but Allah, and that we associate no partner with Him, and that some of us take not others for Lords beside Allah.’ But if they turn away, then say, ‘Bear witness that we have submitted to God.’” (Al Quran 3:65)

  2. Islam includes all people, loves and respects all the messengers of god , The quraan acknowledges and defends all messengers of god and their true teachings and when we separate fact from fiction we will be truely united in one brotherhood under one god , fasting is truely beneficial to all people, it’s a commandment of that one real god who created us all, we should turn whole heartedly to our only creator and humble ourselves in prayers and fasting to almighty god to guide us all on the true path, we will not only coexist, but truely love and help one another and that would please god more

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