To all my Muslim brothers and sisters: رمضان كريم (Ramadan Kareem)! And to the rest of my brothers and sisters: Let’s love each other no matter what’s our religion. I’m a Christ follower and love all people, just as He would 😉 Learn more about the Ramadan Kareem meaning and the festivities that take place during this Holy month in the Islamic calendar.
Previously on Travel the Middle East, I’ve talked about Ramadan Kareem meaning, festivities and how I experienced the holiday while living in Egypt and Morocco. For your convenience, I have compiled all these posts today in celebration:
Ramadan traditions and meaning: Egypt vs Morocco series, pt. 1
Ramadan futuur and iftar meaning: Egypt vs Morocco series, pt. 2
How to arrange to have Iftar on a boat: Tips for United Arab Emirates and Egypt
Iftar in Jordan and Morocco: More unique ideas