The Big Iftar
Faith or no faith, you’re all welcome to join us at the #TheBigIftar dinner.

Join the Muslim community in solidarity in this year’s month of #Ramadan. The event is open to everyone, whether you’re religious or not. Our #TheBigIftar event will excite, enlighten and engage, so get ready for:

  • Ramadan Video Diaries
  • Three Course Iftar Meal
  • Q/A session
  • National Fasting Challenge
  • Breaking of the Fast

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Programme for all events
Day 1 30 March 2024


We will be hosting the Big Iftar dinner in the new Baitul Futuh complex with below activities
Video Diaries

Video Diaries

Find out what British Muslims do during Ramadan
Mosque Tour

Mosque Tour

Take a tour of Western Europe's biggest Mosque


Ask questions about Ramadan and the topics of the talks taking place
National Fasting Challenge

National Fasting Challenge

Take part in this challenge to experience how Muslims spent each day during Ramadan
Breaking of the Fast

Breaking of the Fast

Break bread together and enjoy a delicious Iftaar dinner


An opportunity to experience a fast for a day or more if you feel adventurous
Are you ready to challenge yourself physically, spiritually, and mentally? Get ready to boost your resilience and general well-being.

Every year 3.4 million British Muslims partake in fasting in the holy month of Ramadan. Like last year, you can join in with us to reap the physical, mental, and spiritual benefits of fasting. We are welcoming participants to offer a one day fast, five day fast or more. You decide what you feel you can handle!

Share your experience on social media with the hashtags #TheBigIftar and #NationalFastingChallenge.

Click on “Sign Up Now” below to sign up for the challenge and to receive the rules & guidelines on how to observe a fast according to Islam.

The following are not permitted to participate in the challenge: one who is travelling, one who is sick, one who needs to take medication, one who has a vaccination appointment or a pregnant female.

  • Gratitude
  • Empathy
  • Finding your true purpose
  • Self-awareness
  • Self-realisation
  • Reduce stress
  • Willpower training
  • Improves sleep
  • Detoxifies body
  • Improves the function of organs
  • Improves the blood circulation
  • Removes harmful toxins


Most frequently asked question about The Big Iftar

No, this event is primarily for our non-Muslim brothers and sisters but we also welcome all Muslims to join us.

Learn about Ramadan and what it’s like to fast for almost 14 hours. This practice has lots of mental and physical benefits that you can take away.

Try our National Fasting Challenge and join the live event to break your fast with the Muslim community. We will send you the rules for this challenge.

Yes – you can ask a representative on the day, email your questions during the session to [email protected], send an SMS to 07392414832 (UK mobile), post a question on our Facebook page True Islam UK or send a Tweet to @trueislamuk and add #TheBigIftar.


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