Muslims greet holy month of Ramadan fasting at first City Hall iftar dinner

For the first time in St. Louis’ history, City Hall was host to Muslims across the region breaking their fast during the holy month of Ramadan. The official recognition of the celebration meant a lot to St. Louis Muslims, said Donnel Malik Sims, a member of the Islamic Foundation of Greater St. Louis and one of about 100 people in attendance, including elected officials and representatives of more than 16 mosques in the St. Louis area. “It means we’re welcome,” Sims said. “St. Louis is a place where we ca

Source: Muslims greet holy month of Ramadan fasting at first City Hall iftar dinner | Faith & Values | stltoday.com