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Ramadan drive-thru iftar | PHOTOS

Donna Khan, a volunteer at the Islamic Society of Baltimore, offers Muslims iftar meals for breaking their Ramadan fast.
(Amy Davis / Baltimore Sun)

Ramadan drive-thru iftar | PHOTOS

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Usually the Islamic Society of Baltimore serves iftar meals for Muslims when they break their fast during Ramadan. Due to COVID, they are hosting a drive-thru meal pickup.
Ramadan drive-thru iftar
Volunteer Wasima Sheikh, left, offers iftar meals to Nazneen Vahora, center, and her cousin Anam Vahora, right, both of Ellicott City, at the Islamic Society of Baltimore.
Volunteer Wasima Sheikh, left, offers iftar meals to Nazneen Vahora, center, and her cousin Anam Vahora, right, both of Ellicott City, at the Islamic Society of Baltimore. (Amy Davis / Baltimore Sun)
Ramadan drive-thru iftar
Volunteer Surayyah Khan offers iftar meals during a drive-thru at the Islamic Society of Baltimore. The meal is eaten by Muslims to break their daylong fast during Ramadan.
Volunteer Surayyah Khan offers iftar meals during a drive-thru at the Islamic Society of Baltimore. The meal is eaten by Muslims to break their daylong fast during Ramadan. (Amy Davis / Baltimore Sun)
Ramadan drive-thru iftar
Drivers line up to get iftar meals during a drive-thru pickup at the Islamic Society of Baltimore.
Drivers line up to get iftar meals during a drive-thru pickup at the Islamic Society of Baltimore. (Amy Davis / Baltimore Sun)
Ramadan drive-through iftar
Asmaa Khan collects donations from drivers as they arrive at the Islamic Society of Baltimore for free iftar meals.
Asmaa Khan collects donations from drivers as they arrive at the Islamic Society of Baltimore for free iftar meals. (Amy Davis / Baltimore Sun)
Ramadan drive-through iftar
Donna Khan, a volunteer at the Islamic Society of Baltimore, offers Muslims iftar meals for breaking their Ramadan fast.
Donna Khan, a volunteer at the Islamic Society of Baltimore, offers Muslims iftar meals for breaking their Ramadan fast. (Amy Davis / Baltimore Sun)
Ramadan drive-through iftar
Nona Nahdi of Lansdowne, who has a family of five, was pleased to get iftar meals from the Islamic Society of Baltimore.
Nona Nahdi of Lansdowne, who has a family of five, was pleased to get iftar meals from the Islamic Society of Baltimore. (Amy Davis / Baltimore Sun)
Ramadan drive-through iftar
Donna Khan shows the iftar meal offered by the Islamic Society of Baltimore to Muslims for when they break their fast after sunset during Ramadan.
Donna Khan shows the iftar meal offered by the Islamic Society of Baltimore to Muslims for when they break their fast after sunset during Ramadan. (Amy Davis / Baltimore Sun)
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