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7/7 bombings: British Muslims use 'breaking the fast' at Ramadan to remember victims
Mosques all over the UK will open their doors to people of all faiths and none tonight during the "Iftar" meal at sunset on the 10th anniversary of the London 7/7 bombings.
The "Peace Iftars", which have already begun taking place, are a chance to "remember and pray for all victims of terrorism and stand in solidarity in peace".
Today's events are set to take place around the country with mosques inviting their local communities to join in commemoration and to "break bread with Muslims as they break their fast in this holy month of Ramadan". A national "Iftar" has been organised at the Islamic Cultural Centre in London.
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