Here are the countries with longest and shortest fasting hours

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Published: 2022-04-07 16:40

Last Updated: 2022-10-01 14:31


Here are the countries with longest and shortest fasting hours
Here are the countries with longest and shortest fasting hours

Muslims all over the world welcomed the holy month of Ramadan 2022 in early April this year. The first day of Ramadan in some countries was on April 2, while a number of other countries welcomed the holy month on April 3.

In Ramadan, Muslims worldwide fast during daylight hours. Muslims fast from the pre-sunrise to sunset, and the fasting period lasts between 10 and 21 hours.

Here is a list of the countries with longest and shortest fasting hours during Ramadan 2022, according to UAE Moments.

Countries with longest Ramadan fast period:

Nuuk, Greenland: 19 hours and 57 minutes

Reykjavik, Iceland: 19 hours and 59 minutes

Helsinki, Finland: 19 hours and 09 minutes

Stockholm, Sweden: 18 hours and 58 minutes

Additionally, these countries fast more than 17 hours during Ramadan 2022:

Glasgow, Scotland, UK: 17 to 18 hours

Oslo, Norway: 17 to 18 hours

Copenhagen, Denmark: 17 to 18 hours

Moscow, Russia: 17 to 18 hours

Countries with shortest Ramadan fast period:

Christchurch, New Zealand: 11 hours and 20 minutes

Puerto Montt, Chile: 11 hours and 30 minutes

Canberra, Australia: 11 hours and 47 minutes

Montevideo, Uruguay: 11 hours and 48 minutes

Cape Town, South Africa: 11 hours and 52 minutes

Additionally, these countries fast less than 12 hours during Ramadan 2022:

Johannesburg, South Africa: 11 to 12 hours

Buenos Aires, Argentina: 11 to 12 hours

Ciudad del Este, Paraguay: 11 to 12 hours