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Fasting Times Around The World

Fasting Times Around The World Muslims worldwide are preparing for Ramadan's daily fast, but some of them will have an easier time of it than others. The fast begins with the Fajr prayer and ends with the call to Maghrib prayer, which is roughly during the daylight hours. Take a look to see the longest and shortest fasting times in cities all over the world. Time between Fajr and Maghrib prayer, June 29, 2014 • Europe • North America • Asia • Africa • South America • Oceania O HOURS 12 HOURS 24 HOURS Reykjavik, Iceland 21:57 Stockholm, Sweden 20:57 Juneau, Alaska, USA 19:51 London, England 18:53 Berlin, Germany 19:01 Toronto, Canada 17:14 Istanbul, Turkey 17:13 Beijing, China 17:00 Dearborn, USA 16:59 Chicago, USA 16:54 New York City, USA 16:43 Tehran, Iran 16:20 Rabat, Morocco 16:08 Cairo, Egypt 15:50 Los Angeles, USA 15:48 Karachi, Pakistan 15:09 Dhaka, Bangladesh 15:03 Mecca, Saudi Arabia 14:53 Mumbai, India 14:38 Abuja, Nigeria 14:03 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 13:33 Punta Arenas, Chile 13:26 Jakarta, Indonesia 13:01 Rio, Brazil 12:04 Sydney, Australia 9:56 Source: THE HUFFINGTON POST

Fasting Times Around The World

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The holy month of fasting is a challenge for everyone observing Ramadan, but some Muslims have it harder than others.


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