During Covid-19, Barcelona's Muslims broke their Ramadan fast in the ancient open air cloisters of a Catholic church rather than indoors. Between 50 and 60 Muslims, many homeless, gathered each evening for a meal cooked and offered by volunteers. Organizer Faouzia Chati, who had to look for new space this year because of pandemic restrictions, says people are happy "because religions serve to unite us, not to separate us."

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