Although the month of Ramadan unites Muslims and Arabs in various parts of the world, the number of fasting hours remains a characteristic that distinguishes each country from the other, as the fasting hours differ from one country to another, according to its geographical location, so the more the country is close to the north of the globe, the longer it takes hours Fasting as it goes down whenever we head towards the South Pole.
Algerians and Tunisians are the most fasting Arabs this year, according to the number of hours of abstinence from food and drink, as their first day in Ramadan was about 14 hours and 39 minutes of fasting, while their fasting period will reach about 15 hours and 50 minutes on the last day of Ramadan.
On the other hand, Muslims fast in Comoros, the shortest fasting hours in the Arab countries, as the number of fasting hours in the capital Moroni is about 13 hours and 12 minutes on the first day of Ramadan, while it reaches 12 hours and 59 minutes on the last day of it.
In Kuwait, the period of fasting reached 14 hours and 17 minutes on the first day, while it reached 15 hours and 19 minutes on the last day.
In the Sultanate of Oman, the number of fasting hours has reached 14 hours and 1 minutes on the first day, and will reach 14 hours and 41 minutes on the last day, while the Kingdom of Bahrain recorded 14 hours and 9 minutes of fasting on the first day, and the number of hours will reach 14 hours and 45 minutes on the last day. day.
In Saudi Arabia, those who fast from eating and drinking will hold 14 hours and two minutes on the first day of fasting, while the period of fasting in the land of the Two Holy Sanctuaries on the last day of Ramadan will reach 14 hours and 44 minutes. In the UAE, the fasting hours on the first day of Ramadan reached 14 hours and 3 minutes, while the number will reach 14 hours and 46 minutes at the end of the month.
The fasting hours in Qatar with the start of Ramadan are 14 hours and 4 minutes. On the last days of the month, they will reach 14 hours and 45 minutes. In Iraq, Muslims fasted 14 hours and 27 minutes on the first day, while fasting hours on the last day of Ramadan reach 15 hours and 30 minutes.
In the land of Egypt, the Egyptians fasted on the first day for 14 hours and 20 minutes, while the Jordanians fasted for 14 hours and 23 minutes.