Ramadan is the ninth month of the lunar calendar; the month of fasting which is observed by all Muslims around the world. Fasting during Ramadan is considered as one of the main religious duties of Islam and considered a powerful symbol of Muslims unity.

Isfahan (IMNA) - To start fasting, Muslims wake up before dawn to eat pre-dawn meal called Suhoor. After eating Suhoor, fasting people abstain themselves from eating, drinking, smoking and committing any sin from dawn to sunset. They are also encouraged to read Quran and pray as much as possible till the end of the day. After the sun sets, the fast is typically broken with warm water and dates. The act of breaking fast in due time is called Iftar. Some people have not the chance of breaking fast with the family because of their work shifts. Firefighters are one of them! Let see how they celebrate Iftar with their colleagues.

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