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Annual Ramadn Dinner 2014

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Houston is home to welcoming, Diverse community, I look forward to this event every year -- Mayor of Houston Annise Parker:

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"O you who believe, fasting has been prescribed for you as it was prescribed for those before you,
so that you may attain piety” Qur’an 2:183

Abu Dhabi, Baku, Istanbul and Karachi Sister City Associations
Along with all other Collaborating Organizations
Houston is proud to have a strong “Sister Cities of Houston” organization under the leadership of our great Mayor Annise Parker. We are honored to showcase our diversity and culture among all the citizens of Houston and look forward to working with all other religious & cultural organizations.

We feature The Honorable Mayor, Annise Parker, as keynote speaker for this auspicious event.

Ramadan is the 9th month of the Islamic calendar, is the month of fasting. Throughout the month, adult Muslims around the world abstain from food, drink, smoking and sexual relations between dawn and sunset. In the Holy Month of Ramadan, Muslims give in extra acts of charity, and spend extra time in worship. Fasting helps to teach patience, self-control and humility.

Our goal is to make it an all inclusive event, so please involved and be part of this most joyous celebration of Muslim World

Mayor Annise Parker, City of Houston Ramadan is one of the holiest celebrations for members of the Islamic faith. It is period of sacrifice and commitment.

Houston is truly one of the most diverse international cities in the nation and it will be a great opportunity to show case our religious, cultural and social diversity by participating in this religious celebration with all of our brothers and sister. This will be a remarkable opportunity to show solidarity and unity among not just various Muslim organizations and religious groups but also to remind all that we share same human values, respect, and dignities as do rest of our citizens of this great city, irrespective of race, color, religion, or the origin of an individual.