During the days of Ramadan, streets and squares are filled with people breaking their fast at public iftars and sharing the joy of Ramadan.
Non-Muslims also participate in these gatherings with a sense of unity and shared love.
Have you been to a public iftar this year?
If not, you still have time to find one and join your borthers and sisters in Islam.
Here are some images from open iftars from all around the world.
Open iftar in the cathedral of Manchaster.
Volunteers have been preparing and distributing free Iftars in the streets of Pakistan this Ramadan.
Iftar for children in the capital of Congo.
Street iftar in Egypt.
Open-iftar in Saudi Arabia.
New York, US
Iftar and Taraweeh on the Times Square in New York.
Palma de Mallorca, Spain
More than 500 people participated in this public iftar on the island of Mallorca in Spain.
Collective iftar in Ludwigsburg, Germany.
Community iftar organized by ISNA Canada.