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Dates farms in Bahrain

Bahraini farmers harvest dates in the village of Bori, south of the capital Manama. Water and dates are enough for Muslims to break their fast at Iftar time during the Holy Fasting Month of Ramadan

Dates farms in Bahrain
A Bahrain farmer harvests dates at his farm during the Muslim holy fasting month of Ramadan on July 5, 2015, in the village of Bori, south of the capital Manama. (AFP/Getty Images)
Dates farms in Bahrain
A Bahrain farmer displays dates at his farm during the Muslim holy fasting month of Ramadan on July 5, 2015, in the village of Bori, south of the capital Manama. (AFP/Getty Images)
Dates farms in Bahrain
A Bahrain farmer displays dates at his farm during the Muslim holy fasting month of Ramadan on July 5, 2015, in the village of Bori, south of the capital Manama. (AFP/Getty Images)
Dates farms in Bahrain
A Bahrain farmer sort out dates at his farm during the Muslim holy fasting month of Ramadan on July 5, 2015, in the village of Bori, south of the capital Manama. (AFP/Getty Images)
Dates farms in Bahrain
A Bahrain farmer displays dates at his farm during the Muslim holy fasting month of Ramadan on July 5, 2015, in the village of Bori, south of the capital Manama. (AFP/Getty Images)
Dates farms in Bahrain
A Bahrain farmer sort out dates at his farm during the Muslim holy fasting month of Ramadan on July 5, 2015, in the village of Bori, south of the capital Manama. (AFP/Getty Images)
Dates farms in Bahrain
A Bahrain farmer sort out dates at his farm during the Muslim holy fasting month of Ramadan on July 5, 2015, in the village of Bori, south of the capital Manama. (AFP/Getty Images)