The city of Mostar in Bosnia and Herzegovina hosted an Iftar in the street with the participation of 1,500 people.
Thousands of people gathered around tables set on Fejiceva, one of Mostar’s most famous streets, while having breakfast and fulfilled the Night of Destiny.
Stating that they organized such an iftar to protect Bosnian values in Mostar, Haris Nazdragic, one of the organizers of the street breakfast, said that special days of all religions are celebrated in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
The breakfast was also attended by Mufti of Mostar Salim Dedović, Minister of Herzegovina Neretva Canton Razid Hadzović and Mayor of Mostar Mario Kordic.
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