Qatar is the first in the Gulf in the shortest hours of fasting
The State of Qatar ranks first in the Gulf in the list of the shortest fasting hours and the sixth in the Arab countries.
This year, residents of Qatar will fast, on average, for 14 hours and 15 minutes.
Kuwait ranks second in the Gulf and seventh in the Arab world, with a number of fasting hours of approximately 14 and a half hours, according to the newspaper. The Kuwaiti opinion.
The Sultanate of Oman ranked third in the Gulf and eighth in the Arab world, with about 14 hours and 37 minutes, while Saudi Arabia and the UAE came in fourth place in the Gulf and ninth in the Arab world, with equal fasting hours of about 14 hours and 41 minutes. Bahrain will be the Gulf country with the longest number of hours of fasting this year and the tenth in the Arab world, at about 14 hours and 49 minutes.
At the level of the Arab countries, the Comoros Islands occupy the top of the list of the shortest fasting hours, with only 12 hours and 37 minutes.
Somalia ranked second with about 13 hours and 27 minutes, followed by Yemen third with about 14 hours and 7 minutes, then Sudan with about 14 hours and 8 minutes, and Mauritania in fifth place with about 14 hours and 15 minutes.
Syria, Palestine, Jordan and Lebanon are equal to Kuwait in seventh place in the Arab world, with 14 and a half hours.
Iraq ranks eleventh by about 15 hours, while the Maghreb countries generally witness the longest hours of fasting in the blessed month, and the longest will be in Algeria and Tunisia, where it will reach about 15 hours and 45 minutes.
In Egypt it will take about 15 hours, in Morocco it will take about 15 hours and 25 minutes, in Libya it will take about 15 hours and 30 minutes, and in Algeria and Tunisia it will take about 15 hours and 45 minutes.