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Sharjah Police, Emirates Red Crescent distribute Iftar meals


The General Command of Sharjah Police, in cooperation with the Emirates Red Crescent, carried out the community initiative. WAM

The General Command of Sharjah Police, in cooperation with the Emirates Red Crescent (ERC), has carried out a community initiative since the beginning of the Holy Month of Ramadan by distributing Iftar meals to traffic intersections in the cities of the emirate, and fields during the Iftar period, such as the Iftar cannon at Al Majaz Waterfront.

The initiative came to consolidate the concept of community partnership and positive support for stability, tolerance and fraternity values among all segments of society.

Lt. Col. Mohammed Al Dhahouri, Head of the Public Relations Department of Sharjah Police, said, “The distribution of Iftar meals is one of the annual initiatives organised by the Sharjah Police General Headquarters with the advent of the Holy Month of Ramadan, which mirrors the noble values that the holy month calls for, and enhances the values and principles of Social responsibility and culture of goodness that is deeply-rooted Emiratis.”

SOUQ AL JUBAIL WELCOMES VISITORS: Sharjah’s Souq Al Jubail, the largest fresh produce market in the United Arab Emirates and one of the projects of Sharjah Asset Management, the investment arm of the Government of Sharjah, provides its visitors, citizens, and residents, throughout the Holy Month of Ramadan with an exceptional shopping experience.

In addition, the market offers an extensive range of fresh products and food supplies under one roof, with dedicated vegetables, fruits, fish, and meat sections.

Talal Muhammad, Director - Souq Al Jubail, said: “We congratulate everyone on the blessed month of Ramadan and confirm that we are keen, through Souq Al Jubail, to provide all the needs of market-goers. There has been a great turnout during the blessed month and throughout the year, as the quality services and world-class facilities attract visitors. Market visitors always express high satisfaction with their needs being met to the highest standards. Souq Al Jubail offers a unique shopping experience and is one of the important outlets for the sale of food products in the country.”

Talal Muhammad added, “We always strive to provide the best services that market visitors need during Ramadan. We have contracted with suppliers to provide enough basic consumer food commodities to meet the needs of the community and the requirements of shoppers. This will save time throughout the month and allows shoppers to avail of all products under one roof, which reduces the burden of shopping, and at the same time provides the best products at reasonable prices.”

Humaid Al Aleeli, Director of Hospitality Sector at Sharjah Asset Management, said: “Throughout Ramadan, the market will provide visitors with various types of local fish such as “Siganus rivulatus, Lethrinus, Narrow-barred Spanish mackerel, Chirocentrus, Jash” and others in addition to imported fish, most notably supreme, salmon, seabass and others. It also provides them with additional services such as the option to grill, clean and cut fish to meet the demands of market customers.”

Al-Aleeli added: “Souq Al Jubail 1441 Restaurant and Café, which specialises in seafood, welcomes visitors to try a varied and rich tasting experience with seafood cooked by the most skilled chefs.

Flavours combine authentic Emirati cuisine with contemporary fish dishes including Arab and Asian dishes to offer visitors a new experience and quality time with their families during the blessed month.”

Al Aleeli pointed out the strategic location where the restaurant is located on the first floor of Souq Al Jubail, which offers a stunning view of Sharjah Creek and the charming Islamic architectural style of the government buildings.

The market provides visitors with a range of reasonably priced local and imported vegetables and fruits from many countries, such as the Netherlands, Egypt, Tunisia, Jordan, Libya, East Asia, Uzbekistan, Pakistan and India, in addition to food supplies in all its sections, at competitive prices.


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