Iftar time

Iftar (from Arabic: “break of a fast”) or ftoor (“breakfast”) – an evening meal during the month of Ramadan, with which the Muslims – who are fasting during the day – are breaking the fast. It starts after the call to prayer Maghrib at the sunset, traditionally with three dates. The next meal is called suhur – it is consumed before dawn.

Iftar in Dubai

See also:

Ramadan Kareem

Midfa al iftar – firing Ramadan cannon

Ramadan cannon firing

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