Orlando leaders share Ramadan meal with Muslim community

ORLANDO, Fla. — Muslims all across the world are currently fasting for the holy month of Ramadan.

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This means no water or food from sunup until sundown.


Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer and other city commissioners joined the community for the fifth annual Iftar dinner this week.

The event was held at the Orlando Museum of Art.

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“The City of Orlando has been at the forefront of creating an inclusive community that respects and welcomes people from all walks of life,” Dyer said. “I am proud of our community and the continued commitment to create a place where every resident feels equally valued, equally protected and has a fair and real opportunity to thrive.”

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Attendees got to eat, while sharing their experiences with community leaders.

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