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Our colleagues came together to celebrate Iftar in 2024

5 April 2024


2 min

Iftar, a cherished moment for Muslims, signifies the breaking of the fast. Traditionally, it commences with the consumption of dates and water, following the footsteps of Prophet Muhammad. Subsequently, Muslims engage in their evening prayers (Maghrib) before indulging in a more substantial meal.


The contents of Iftar meals vary widely, reflecting cultural and regional diversity. They typically encompass a range of delicacies, including soups, salads, appetizers, main courses, and desserts. Families and communities often unite to partake in this meal, fostering a sense of togetherness and solidarity. Moreover, mosques and community centers frequently organize communal Iftar gatherings, ensuring that everyone can join in, even those without familial or social connections.


However, Iftar extends beyond its role as a meal; it holds profound spiritual significance. It serves as a time for introspection, gratitude, and collective worship. Muslims perceive fasting during Ramadan as a means of purifying the soul, enhancing self-discipline, and deepening their connection with Allah. Therefore, breaking the fast with the Iftar meal is viewed as a moment of jubilation and appreciation.


In Saudi Arabia, our team made the decision to commemorate this occasion by sharing in the joy of Iftar together, savoring the beauty of this collective experience.

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