The holy month of Ramadan is here! This is a very special time of the year for Muslims. We fast to be closer to Allah and to share the hardships of those who are poor and do not have enough food to eat.
Share our traditions during this month and experience the magic of Ramadan with our families in Aida and al-Azzeh refugee camps!
Come, alone or with friends, to have iftar* with us and discover all the different foods and delicious flavours with which we break our fast. You’re going to love this experience!
*Iftar (إفطار literally “breakfast”), refers to the evening meal during the month of Ramadan when Muslims break their fast at the time of sunset.
Who? Anyone, alone or with friends, interested in eating delicious food in good company and in learning more about Islam and Ramadan.
When? Any day of Ramadan, from 27 May- 24 June.
At what time? In the evening, from 7:00pm until 9:00pm (approximately)
(please note that during Ramadan public transportation connecting Bethlehem with Jerusalem, Ramallah, Hebron and Jericho runs before and after iftar until late at night)
Where? At Aida and al-Azzeh refugee camps, Bethlehem.
How much? The contribution is 85 NIS per person to be paid to the host family (80% of the proceeds go to support the family and 20% go to support the project).
To book a place, write to us at email@example.com two days before the date you want to join us with the information below.
We’ll send you an email confirming your spoon and we’ll place you with one of our families either in Aida or al-Azzeh camps.
- DATE: [tell us the date you wish to attend the iftar – please contact us about 2 days in advance]
- PARTICIPANTS: [tell us how many people wish to attend, how many are male and how many female]
- CONTACT DETAILS: [give us the emails and mobile numbers of each person who wishes to attend]
- DIET REQUEST: [tell us if any – and how many – of the people in your group have special diet requests such as vegetarian or vegan, allergies, etc.]
We hope to have the pleasure of hosting you at one of our family iftar soon!