Imam Hassan Aly, with The Mecca Center in Willowbrook, said not having Ramadan in person was difficult, however the Center has stayed together virtually. And now after two years to be celebrating in person again, he said there’s an opportunity to reflect and learn.

“We now should take a step back and look at how we have been living live before the pandemic, during the pandemic and after the pandemic,” Aly said. “Seeing a friend in a street or in a place of worship is not something we should take for granted.”

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