A man attaches Ramadan decoration in Beirut, April 29, 2019. (The Daily Star/Mohamad Azakir)
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Decorations have popped up across Beirut as shops and restaurants make final preparations for one of the biggest seasons of the year. This weekend, it will officially be Ramadan a month of fasting, feasting, celebration and prayer.Most restaurants will have special deals lasting through the month.Fidaa Arzouni, a waiter at Afandina, tells The Daily Star there is a lot more business during Ramadan than any other time of the year.Shops recognize Ramadan as an important time that can greatly benefit their businesses.Ramadan will likely begin either Saturday or Sunday evening and end around the evening of June 4 .
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