There are a number of public and private organisations, government departments and others in the country who have been organising Iftar events to spread the true message of giving and sharing. But some are arranging free Iftar for blue-collar workers every day in the holy month of Ramadan to provide hygienic and healthy food.
Just like every Ramadan, painter Art Noor's exhibition this year have been inspired by the 99 names of Allah and is on display at various malls in Dubai.
To spread the true message of the holy month of Ramadan, philanthropists from the corporate sector and individuals are hosting Iftar evenings for orphan children.
The activity was organised by the Ministry of Community Development, in cooperation with Rawafed Development and Learning Centre and the ERC's Dubai Branch.
In the multicultural landscape of the UAE, it is humbling to witness unity amidst the diversity. And this is emphasised in the holy month of Ramadan, which is lit up by the spirit of compassion and tolerance, values that make up the pillars of the Year of Tolerance.
Parents who wish their children to fast during the Holy Month of Ramadan should first consult their paediatricians.
The police have urged drivers of heavy-duty trucks to adhere to this schedule and to contribute to making the emirate's road safer during the Holy Month of Ramadan.
“God willing, we will carry out the tradition to wake people up for Sehri using fighter aircraft,” the IAF tweet reads.
Indian Christian Saji Cheriyan, who built a mosque the previous year accommodating 1,000 worshippers at a cost of Dhs1.8 million, is still continuing in his charity deeds towards the poor Muslims. This year in the Holy Month of Ramadan he provides full Iftar meals for around 1,000 fasting people daily. Such a charity gesture is a milestone that highlights the peaceful coexistence of different faiths in the UAE, which stems from the spirit of religious tolerance rooted in him and his sincere concern for the needy.