Push for an eco-Ramadan

Environmentally friendly : Food plates being prepared for Iftar (breaking fast) at a mosque in Karachi, Pakistan. – Reuters

FOR many Muslims breaking fast in mosques around the world this Ramadan, something will be missing: plastics.

The communal experience of iftars – the after-sunset meal that brings people of the faith together during the holy month starting on March 23, 2023 – often necessitates the use of utensils designed for mass events, such as plastic knives and forks, along with bottles of water.

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