In such a blessed time as Ramadan, making Duas (individual prayers or supplications) takes on special significance. Throughout the holy month, the blessing is that the supplications of believers receive the opportunity to be accepted.
Fasting throughout the holy month of Ramadan is one of the five pillars of Islam. This tradition has been followed for many centuries, for which those who fast, have developed certain rules that allow them to endure fasting.
The traditions of Ramadan are diverse in different countries. The UAE like some other middle eastern countries has a very interesting custom in honor of this holy month - Iftar Cannon (Midfa Al Iftar).
Muslims are fasting during Ramadan. Eating is allowed before dawn, these meals are called Suhoors. The fast-breaking second meal of the day is named Iftar. Iftar time - is immediately after sunset, after the call to evening prayer by a muezzin.