05 August 2011
(Introduction translated from French)
Ramadan forces believers into not eating and drinking from sunrise until sunset, and this goes for 29 or 30 days.
During this period, Muslim countries set up schedules adapted to these particular constraints.
Shops open at night. It is, in fact, during this period that nocturnal activities reach their highest point, the day being, in part, devoted to sleep.
But this is totally impossible in our society, which results in unlikely situations:
Version francais ici.