A joint meal was organized at Altun Mosque in Erbil for representatives of all the religious groups of Kurdistan.
After breaking their fast and saying Islamic prayers, representatives of nine religions ate a meal at one table.
There were Muslim, Christian, Yezidi, Jew, Zoroastrian, Sabeans-mandean, Bahai, Kakai, and Yarsan representatives.
Their message was to sustain the co-existence among them in the Region.
After the meal, rituals of other religions were performed.
The Kurdistan Region is home to many diverse nations and religious sects.
The message they want to spread to the world is that peace between peoples and religions is what forms their identity.