Muslim believers bend forward during early-evening prayers at the Al Huda mosque on Clyde Street, Dunedin, following the breaking of the Ramadan daily fast. For the month of Ramadan believers must not eat or drink during daylight hours. The emergence of mosques in New Zealand in the 1990s was a consequence of the increasing numbers of immigrants from Asian, African and Middle Eastern countries.
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Otago Daily Times
Reference: 12 September 2009, p. 45
Photograph by Peter McIntosh
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