Buenos Aires (IP) - Argentina, a country known for its religious diversity, has been marking the Islamic holy month of Ramadan with a series of events and activities, including International Quds Day.

Iran PressAmerica: Khaled Hallar, a broadcaster, journalist, presenter, and host of the program "El Cálamo" at the Islamic Center of the Argentine Republic, told Iran Press, "For us, the month of fasting represents a month of reflection. It's a month where the sacred book of Islam was revealed, serving as a guide for all humanity."

Hallar, an Argentine of Lebanese origin, was present at the gathering held at the Al Ahmad Mosque on Friday, April 5th, which coincided with the 27th night, known as the Night of Decree.

The main activities conducted during Ramadan included Friday prayers, Iftar, and Taraweeh prayers. The mosque remained open until 5:00 am, with worshippers spending the night in prayer and reflection.

"We are going to stay all night worshiping God, performing various prayers, and being with brothers and sisters. We bid farewell to Ramadan and don't want it to leave; it is a month that should serve as a school for us throughout the year," Hallar concluded.

The International Quds Day, which falls on the last Friday of Ramadan, is a global day of solidarity with the Palestinian people, who have been struggling for their rights and freedom for decades. This year's Quds Day was marked by a renewed call for justice and peace in the region.


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