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Brondesbury succah brings faiths together

    Furthering ties between the two organisations, Al Khoei Islamic Centre hosted Brondesbury Park Synagogue’s succah.

    The celebration, a second organised by Faiths Forum for London, featured a kosher brunch and talks on faith, communities and homelessness.

    Many of the 100 guests brought non-perishable food which was donated to a local food bank.

    Rabbi Natan Levy of Faiths Forum for London said: “Food, people and a hut with no doors where everyone is invited is a great combination to build on the foundations created from last year’s event. It is a simple project but it represents so much more.”

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