The number of fasting hours for Ramadan 2022 varies between 14 and 15 hours in Arab countries. In most Maghreb countries, it is 15 hours and 30 minutes. In the United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Palestine, Jordan and Lebanon, it is 15 hours.

Norway, Greenland and Finland are among the countries with the most fasting hours (20 hours or more), while New Zealand, Argentina, South Africa and Comoros top the list. list of countries with the fewest fasting hours (12 hours or more).

Like the start date of the holy month of Ramadan, the number of hours of fasting varies from one country to another, and even from one city or region to another within the same country. country. This, due to the geographical position of each country in relation to the equator. Countries close to the northern hemisphere have long fasting hours, which decrease as one descends towards the South Pole.

Here are the number of hours fasted in some cities around the world:

– Islamabad, Pakistan: 16 hours
– New Delhi, India: 15 hours
– Ankara, Turkey: 14 hours and 30 minutes
– Tehran, Iran: 16 hours
– Kabul, Afghanistan: 17 hours
– Singapore, 13 hours and 30 minutes
– Dakar, Senegal: 14 hours
– Washington, USA: 16 hours
– London, United Kingdom: 18 hours and 30 minutes
– Paris, France: 17 hours
– Berlin, Germany: 19 hours
– Madrid, Spain: 16 hours and 30 minutes
– Glasgow, Scotland: 18 hours
– Oslo, Norway: 20 hours
– Zurich, Switzerland: 18 hours
– Helsinki, Finland: 20 hours
– Warsaw, Poland: 18 hours and 30 minutes
– Wellington, New Zealand: 11 hours and 30 minutes
– Nuuk, Greenland: 20 hours
– Moscow, Russia: 20 hours
– Beijing, China: 16 hours and 30 minutes
– Tokyo, Japan: 16 hours
– Hong Kong: 15 hours
– Ottawa, Canada: 16 hours
– Bangkok, Thailand: 14 hours
– Canberra, Australia: 11 hours and 59 minutes
– Cape Town, South Africa: 11 hours y 30 minutes
– Ushuaia, Argentina: 11 a.m.
– Santiago, Chile: 12 hours and 41 minutes
– Buenos Aires, Argentina: 12 hours

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