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A prayer to end a month-long fast

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Thousands of Muslims celebrated Eid ul-Fitr, the end of Ramadan, with a public prayer at Newton Athletic Park on July 28.

Ramadan restrictions include fasting from sunrise to sunset for 29-30 days.

The event was organized by the BC Muslim Association.

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