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The Naz Legacy Foundation hosted the first ever iftar at St Paul’s Cathedral in London on May 7, bringing together British Muslim and non-Muslim leaders. The interfaith iftar offered attendants a platform to interact, communicate, and exchange ideas and a Ramzan iftar meal. Sadiq Khan, the British Muslim Mayor of London shared his excitement on Twitter writing, “History made! @StPaulsLondon hosts its first ever #Iftar. Real honour to be part of such a special evening breaking my fast with Londoners of all faiths and backgrounds. Together we sent the message loud and clear: London’s diversity is our greatest strength. #Ramadan.”