Saturday, August 3, 2013

In Photos: Ramadan in Jerusalem

Great pictures of Ramadan in Jerusalem at the blog, The Electronic Intifada. A resident of Jerusalem decided to document how Palestinians celebrate Ramadan and uploaded dozens of beautiful pictures. The photographs below show food stalls that open up after the breaking of fast. I copied the captions directly from the blog.

"Restaurants are normally closed during the day in Ramadan but some open a few hours before the breaking of fast (the iftar)."
"Baraze’ is a snack made of sesame seeds available throughout the year but is more popular during Ramadan."

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