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Eid Al-Fitr in Qatar will most likely fall on Sunday, June 25

As we enter the last week of Ramadan, Qatar Calendar House has announced that the first day of Eid Al-Fitr will probably be Sunday, June 25, depending on the sighting of the new moon. Click here to find out more!

ILQ Competition: Win a sumptuous sohour for 2 from Marriott Marquis Doha!

It's time for another ILQ Competition: Ramadan edition! This time we're giving away a voucher for a lush sohour for 2 at the Marriott Marquis City Center Doha's Wanassa Ramadan Tent! Read on to find out more details!

ILQ Competition: Win a voucher for an iftar menu for 2 from Shakespeare and Co.!

It's time for another ILQ Competition: Ramadan edition! This time we're giving away a voucher for an Iftar menu for two from Shakespeare and Co.'s newest location in the Mall of Qatar! Read on to find out more details!

How expats embrace Ramadan in Qatar

Whether you’re a Muslim who’s observing Ramadan, or a non-Muslim expat learning more about its traditions for the first time, Qatar’s diverse community embraces the Holy Month in a variety of ways. ILQ’s Wajeeha Malik shows us how we all can celebrate in its customs.  

Can you pass our Ramadan knowledge test?

Do you know everything there is to know about the Holy Month? What does the word ‘Ramadan’ mean? Or, what’s the answer to the ultimate question of Ramadan? How well do you know your cycles of the moon? Click here for ILQ’s fun facts about Ramadan – you may just learn something new!

Ramadan.qa: Your complete guide to Ramadan in Qatar!

With the start of the Holy Month coming up this weekend, ILQ is proud to announce the launch of this year’s Ramadan.qa website – the official site of Ramadan in Qatar. Want to learn more, click here and make our sister site your trusty guide to the Holy Month!


#Ramadan #QTip: Breaking your fast in public tents

#Ramadan #QTip: Breaking your fast in public tents

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Special thanks to Al Rayyan Hotel (located near Mall of Qatar) for hosting us! They've got this great modern Qatari style decor, and some really cool restaurants too. So check them out!  Al Rayyan Hotel.

You probably noticed that there are these tents that pop up around the country. Some of them are privately set up, some are put up by the country (usually with a public sign), and some are corporate (and for the public).