The restaurant is hosting 50 people every day, who are served iftar free of charge. (The Daily Star/Mohammed Zaatari)
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Sidon maintains Ramadan food-sharing traditionA woman heads out of her home in Sidon, rushing to get to her destination before sunset marks the break of the day's fast. She carries a loaded tray of warm home-cooked meals and a tradition passed down through her family. Cooking for iftar during Ramadan can be hard, rewarding work, as the elaborate meal breaks a nearly 16-hour fast for those fasting during the Muslim holy month. Besides cooking for her own family, Sidon resident Amal Najia also makes food for three needy families throughout Ramadan with the help of her sister.
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