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From the Editor: If you ever want to see the true spirit of this city, there’s no better time to be here than throughout the next month. Ramadan, a time of self-reflection and charitable giving, is when Dubai truly comes into its own. From food to clothing, you’ll find donation drives all over town, while the evenings see family and friends come together to break their fasts with traditional iftar meals, hosted in homes and restaurants all across the emirate. Whether this is your first Ramadan in the UAE or not, you’ll find everything you need to know from page 14 of this issue, including ways to get involved and useful dos and don’ts for the weeks ahead. Now’s a fantastic time to learn about the country’s culture and traditions. Ramadan Kareem!
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