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Migrant workers' free iftar

Foreign Muslim workers in Dubai break their fast with a free iftar dinner during Ramadan. Free iftars are common across the Arab world for less privileged members of the Muslim community. Governments, charity organizations and private companies and individuals often provide free meals, in line with the charitable essence of the holy month.

Migrant workers' free iftar
Foreign Muslim workers break their fast with a free Iftar dinner during the holy month of Ramadan in Dubai, on July 15, 2013. Muslims fasting in the month of Ramadan must abstain from food, drink and sex from dawn to dusk, when they break the fast with a meal known as iftar. (AFP/Getty Images)
Migrant workers' free iftar
Foreign Muslim workers break their fast with a free Iftar dinner during the holy month of Ramadan in Dubai, on July 15, 2013. Muslims fasting in the month of Ramadan must abstain from food, drink and sex from dawn to dusk, when they break the fast with a meal known as iftar. (AFP/Getty Images)
Migrant workers' free iftar
Free Iftar meals are laid out before foreign Muslim workers arrive to break their fast during the holy month of Ramadan in Dubai, on July 15, 2013. Muslims fasting in the month of Ramadan must abstain from food, drink and sex from dawn to dusk, when they break the fast with a meal known as iftar. (AFP/Getty Images)
Migrant workers' free iftar
Foreign Muslim workers break their fast with a free Iftar dinner during the holy month of Ramadan in Dubai, on July 15, 2013. Muslims fasting in the month of Ramadan must abstain from food, drink and sex from dawn to dusk, when they break the fast with a meal known as iftar. (AFP/Getty Images)
Migrant workers' free iftar
Free Iftar meals are laid out before foreign Muslim workers arrive to break their fast during the holy month of Ramadan in Dubai, on July 15, 2013. Muslims fasting in the month of Ramadan must abstain from food, drink and sex from dawn to dusk, when they break the fast with a meal known as iftar. (AFP/Getty Images)