Ramadan Flashmob feed the poor | 2011

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EVENT: Ramadan 'Iftari' Flashmob
LOCATION: High Street, Birmingham City Centre
DATE: Wednesday 24th August, 2011

INFO: Birmingham's Ramadan Flashmob ( http://fastingnotfeasting.weebly.com ) come out for a spontaneous Iftar meal to break the religious Islamic fast, sharing food with passers-by and with the poor, homeless and hungry.


FILM CREDITS:
Featuring: Fatima Sheik (Team Organiser, Birmingham Ramadan Flashmob), Gohar Ayub ('ISRA Feed the Poor' charity), Anna Gray (Volunteer).
Director: Adam Yosef | Graphics: R3BELZ Inc. | Sound: Music Theme - Kevin MacLeod, Sound Editor: Kyle Kowalski | With thanks to: Umamah Ahmed, Birmingham Ramadan Flashmob, ISRA Feed the Poor.

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MMXI © I AM BIRMINGHAM / ADAM YOSEF

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1 comment:

Esther Montgomery said...

This is going to seem like an advert and, in a way it is, but it’s not intended that way.

My blog, Esther’s Boring Garden Blog, has been given two pairs of tickets to the Grand Designs Show at the National Exhibition Centre in Birmingham. So far, none of its regular readers have expressed any interest. This is not surprising since hardly any of them (if any!) live anywhere near it.

So, since it seems a shame that these tickets go unused, I’ve decided to plod around blogs from the Birmingham area - in case any of you are interested.

To ‘win’ the tickets, all you have to do is to say how many exhibitors there will be (not in the least bit difficult to find out) leave a note on this post . . .

http://esthersboringgardenblog.blogspot.com/2011/09/walking-on-water.html

and I’ll pick names randomly from a hat. (So far, there are none in it so, if you are interested, it may be worth your while!)

Apologies if this interests you not in the slightest - and, if you would prefer this note not to be in your comments, I won’t be in the least bit offended should you delete it.

Best wishes

Esther Montgomery

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