UWS celebrates Ramadan Iftar
The University of Western Sydney hosted its Ramadan Iftar - breaking of the fast – on Saturday 27 June at the Parramatta campus.
2015 is the ninth year the Iftar has been held at UWS with the event attracting more than 300 guests to the campus.
UWS alumnus and Executive Officer of the United Muslim Women's Association, Maha Krayem Abdo OAM, was the guest speaker of the evening.
Current UWS occupational therapy student, Cindy Rahal delivered an address on her research into the mental health of Muslim women.
Ramadan Iftar is the breaking of the fast during the Islamic month of Ramadan.
10 July 2015
Words: Elliott Richardson
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