Fin del ayuno y la abstinencia tras un intenso mes de Ramadán
Tras un intenso mes de Ramadán, la comunidad musulmana celebra el final del ayuno y la abstinencia con su del ayuno y la abstinencia con su tradicional fiesta del 'Aid el Fitr'.En la ciudad cisjordana de Ramallah, miles de fieles se reunieron con la presencia del presidente Mahmoud Abbas y el primer ministro Salam Fayyad."Esperamos que el próximo año sea el de la libertad, que tengamos un estado palestino con Jerusalén como capital", señala Abbas, presidente de la Autoridad Nacional Palestina. En la ciudad de Khan Younis, en Gaza, miles de personas asistieron a la oración pública encabezada por el dirigente del grupo islamista Hamas, Ismail Haniyeh."Queremos insistir en nuestra plena disposición para la cooperación en seguridad con nuestros hermanos de Egipto, para proteger la seguridad común", dice el mandatario.El tercer sitio más sagrado del Islam, la mezquita de Al-Aqsa, en la Ciudad Vieja de Jerusalén, también ha recibido a cientos de fieles, que luego han acudido a los cementerios para orar por sus seres queridos.Con esta celebración finaliza un mes de sacrificios en honor a Alá que, según el islam, todo musulmán ha de cumplir.
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SPOKANE, Wash. -- The first sales of legal recreational marijuana were not set to start until Tuesday afternoon, but that didn’t stop customers from camping out in front of Spokane Green Leaf overnight. The shop was the only one of Spokane’s three licensed pot shops planning to open Tuesday. READ: What to expect at Spokane's first recreational pot shop READ: Limited supply of marijuana to be sent to pot shops on Tuesday Mike Boyer brought a sleeping bag and food to keep him going throughout the night. "Why not? It's history right here, might as well be the guy to be the first one here," said Boyer. The owner of Spokane Green Leaf told Boyer he would be their first customer. Green Leaf staff spent Monday training employees and prepping the store for customers like Boyer. Two more people joined him outside the store early Tuesday morning. "It's history in the making and we're all very excited. [We’re] ready to open our doors and give customers what they want," said employee Chad Welsh. READ: Differences in Washington, Colorado pot systems The outlet planned to sell pot for between $20 to $25 per gram. Customers can only legally buy up to 28 grams, or one ounce. That adds up to $560-$700 dollars per ounce. Green Leaf, near Country Holmes Blvd. and Division, was scheduled to open its doors at 2 p.m. Tuesday. The two other marijuana shops in Spokane which received licenses from the state were Satori and Green Star Cannabis. CONNECT 2 KREM: Map of Washington state marijuana retailers
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