Silver Sage Foundation hosted an iftar for the high school students in Las Vegas from various religions. We gathered on the 9th of April to celebrate an iftar dinner together and reinforce relationship between different religions.
The Interfaith Council of Southern Nevada also participated in the iftar and honored us with their presence. We had various speakers from them and their enlightening speeches gave important lessons to the high school youth in the audience.
There were plenty of non-Muslim high school students who tried fasting for the iftar and they expressed their surprise in finding that fasting is not as hard as they thought. They also stated how much joy they felt spiritually.
We would like to thank to all volunteers who realized this wonderful event, participants, The Interfaith Council of Southern Nevada and Teen Project of Silver Sage Foundation.