The holy month of Ramadan begins, Muslim believers all over the world fast
Muslim believers began the holy month of Ramadan in the Islamic calendar, symbol of sacrifice.
For a month, fasting believers must not consume food or drink for more than 10 hours. During Ramadan, fasting does not allow you to consume anything until the sun sets. At this time, families sit together to eat.
Ramadan is considered a period when the body and soul are purified. Religious fasting is an opportunity to reflect and the Holy Book of the Koran defines it as one of the five pillars of Islam, a symbol of sacrifice.
In addition to purifying the soul, fasting is held to show solidarity with the poor, to share food with them.
Most of the people who fast during Ramadan are located in Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Lebanon, Jordan, Kuwait, Qatar, Algeria, Tunisia, Yemen, Syria, Iraq, Iran, Turkey, Kosovo, Albania and many other countries.