Church opens doors for Muslims to hold end of Ramadan prayers
A German church demonstrated pure love to members of the other divide of the religious ideology by allowing them to hold prayers to mark the end of the ongoing 2020 Ramadan.
According to reports, due to social gathering restrictions to help prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus, the Dar Assalam mosque could only hold a minimum number of people whom per the directive are supposed to maintain a distance of 1.5m.
Considering the number of Muslims in the city and the capacity of the Mosque, the church which is named Martha Lutheran came to their aid by offering their place of worship to host them.
The Imam of the mosque expressed his appreciation to the church and also told reporters that, the gesture brought love into the Ramadan. This must be the way forward. our religious diversities must unite us than break us.
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