On the first day of Ramadan, charities headed to a number population density places where expatriate workers live in various regions of Kuwait, to compete to distribute Iftar meals to the less fortunate fasting people to truly prove that Kuwait is a country of goodness.

It seems the habit of organizing ‘iftar tables’ next to mosques and in open areas had disappeared during the Corona pandemic, and with the strict requirements for implementing these tables in mosques, charities continued to distribute individual meals to fasting people in several areas with a high density of workers, reports a local Arabic daily.

The daily monitored the distribution of iftar a number of charitable societies for breakfast meals for fasting people in the areas such as Mahboula, Mangaf, Jleeb Al-Shuyoukh, and in the capital and other places. The number of workers was greater than the number of meals distributed.

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