Subang Jaya Leaders Break Fast Together, Promoting Religious Harmony

Subang Jaya witnessed a heartwarming display of religious unity as leaders from various houses of worship gathered to break fast at Masjid al-Falah USJ9 recently.

The event brought together representatives from Sri Samudeswary Temple, Bandar Sunway Guan-Di Temple, Gudwara Sahib Subang, and the Subang Jaya Buddhist Association.

This initiative transcended religious and ethnic boundaries, with many non-Muslims experiencing their first ever iftar (breaking fast) at a mosque. The atmosphere was welcoming, as ADUN Subang Jaya Michelle Ng, who led the delegation, was warmly received by mosque officials.

“Subang Jaya has emerged as a model of resilience and harmony,” Michelle said.

“Our community has chosen solidarity over division, and this event exemplifies that spirit.”

She expressed hope that this interaction would foster deeper understanding between different faiths in daily life. She commended Masjid al-Falah for its role as a community center and envisioned this interfaith buka puasa (breaking fast) tradition flourishing in Subang Jaya.

The gathering also saw Michelle’s office contribute RM29,000 to mosques and suraus across Subang Jaya in support of Ramadan activities. An additional RM10,000 was contributed towards the buka puasa at Masjid al-Falah, which catered to 700 attendees daily.

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