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The tournament comes around every four years and is widely considered the second most popular football occasion after the World Cup. This year, the tourney coincides perfectly with the holy month of Ramadan, which began Monday. Euro Cup matches will be projected on large screens while a list of other festivities – showcasing the traditions of Ramadan and the spectacles of sports – will be featured around it.That's also the case with Hibri and his team.After all, building and supporting communities is a large part of what Ramadan is all about.The guys have even arranged to escort 500 orphans to the venue to watch a Euro Cup Match Monday, June 20 . Still, the Euro Cup is sure to be the most popular form of entertainment during each Ramadan night.In a country where public space hardly exists and where social grievances are never truly addressed, the fusion of football and Ramadan has the ability to pull communities' together – regardless of nationality, social class, or creed.
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