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  • IKEA loans empty car park to mosque for mass Eid prayer
  • IKEA loans empty car park to mosque for mass Eid prayer
    Levi Clancy (2019) ©
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IKEA loans empty car park to mosque for mass Eid prayer

A German IKEA has allowed the members of a local mosque to celebrate Eid al-Fitr, the end of Ramadan, in its empty car park. Many religious rituals have been complicated during lockdown, and brands are earning praise for adapting their existing resources to make life easier for people.

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