Sheikh Tamim Hosted A Huge Iftar Feast For Ramadan


In a benevolent gesture preceding the holy month of Ramadan, Qatar’s Amir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani extended clemency to several prisoners. The Amiri pardon, issued just before Ramadan, underscores Sheikh Tamim’s commitment to compassion and forgiveness.

As a testament to his dedication to fostering unity and camaraderie during Ramadan, Sheikh Tamim hosted an esteemed Iftar feast on Monday at the Lusail Palace.

The event, attended by prominent scholars, judges, clerics, and representatives from the education sector, aimed to honor these individuals as the country prepares for the sacred month.

Among the distinguished guests were Sheikh Jassim bin Hamad Al-Thani, the Personal Representative of the Amir, along with other esteemed figures, ministers, and senior officials.

Ramadan in Qatar is marked by various traditions, including the ghabqa—a cherished gathering that exemplifies local hospitality and generosity. This tradition, recognized as an integral part of Qatar’s cultural heritage, involves late-night gatherings where families and friends come together to enjoy a sumptuous array of dishes and beverages after Iftar.

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The Ministry of Awqaf and Islamic Affairs has also launched a campaign to provide over 700,000 Iftar meals across 20 locations in Qatar, ensuring that at least 24,000 fasting individuals are fed daily throughout Ramadan.

As Qatar prepares to observe Ramadan, the spirit of compassion, unity, and communal harmony permeates the nation, exemplified by Sheikh Tamim’s pardon and the gracious Iftar feast hosted at the Lusail Palace.


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