Bonding over moreh


The tradition of sharing a meal after terawih prayers has long been practised but it wasn't popularly known as moreh till 20 years ago. Photo: Filepic

In Ramadan, Muslims refrain from eating and drinking for a full month from dawn to dusk. Fasting in this holy month though means more than that.

Perhaps, the most popular occasion in Malaysia during Ramadan is iftar - Arabic for the breaking of fast. The word has been in popular use since a decade or so.

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Bonding over moreh

   

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