What we saw in Syria

What we saw in Syria
We visited several sites of attacks around the city, speaking to witnesses and victims, examining the sites, looking at the remnants of ammunition, and taking photos. As we returned to the …. Chris, why do you use a Christian name when you are
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Q&A: Syria during Ramadan?

Question by turnip juice: Syria during Ramadan?
I will be travelling to Syria for a few weeks during the month of September. Other than fasting, is there anything else I should I know about Ramadan?

Will any tourists sites be closed? How difficult will it be to find a place to eat during the evening in Damascus? Does Ramadan apply to the Christian quarters in Damascus?

Thanks in advance.

Best answer:

Answer by ~rOah~
My brother went to Syria during Ramadan a couple of years ago, although he didn’t fast he was able to eat. Not everyone fasts in Ramadan even though majority do. I don’t think you will find it difficult because people are shopping for food for their futur.
Good Luck and enjoy your trip =)

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