Fasting times in different countries of the world vary during the month of Ramadan due to the difference in daylight hours of the countries.
According to websites in Saudi Arabia, Algeria will be the longest Arab country in the number of fasting hours during the month of Ramadan in 2019, with a rate of 16 hours between the first and the last, beginning about 15 hours and a half , and ending 16 hours and a half, which makes the average of 16 hours.
Somalia was on the list of Arab countries with the least number of fasting hours, about 13 hours and a half.
According to local time in each country, the number of fasting hours in Saudi Arabia during Ramadan this year is 14 hours and 40 minutes on the first day, while the last day of the month will have the highest number of fasting hours, 15 hours and 12 minutes.
In the United Arab Emirates, fasting time will be 14 hours and 33 minutes, Kuwait 14 hours and 55 minutes, Oman 14 hours and 31 minutes, Bahrain 14 hours and 42 minutes, while Jordan 15 hours and 12 minutes.
In Palestine, the number of fasting hours during Ramadan will be 15 hours and 4 minutes, in Syria 15 hours and 17 minutes, and in Lebanon 15 hours and 15 minutes.
In Egypt, "Cairo", fasting hours are 15 hours and 3 minutes, in Iraq 15 hours and 15 minutes, in Algeria 15 hours and 31 minutes, in Morocco 15 hours and 16 minutes, and in Yemen 14 hours and 7 minutes .
This article, "Algeria's longest in 15 and a half hours .. Learn about fasting hours in Arab countries" is quoted on the Cairo website 24, and does not reflect the policy of the website or the point of view in any form. .