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PHOTO GALLERY: Egyptians eat Suhoor to prepare for a fasting day in Ramadan


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The full Moon rises over a minaret of the Greatest Mosque on the 14th day of the holy fasting month of Ramadan in Cairo, Egypt May 30, 2018.
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Egyptians share a Suhoor meal, which is served before dawn, during the holy month of Ramadan in Cairo on May 31, 2018
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Egyptians share a Suhoor meal, which is served before dawn, during the holy month of Ramadan in Cairo on May 31, 2018.
AFP
Egyptians share a Suhoor meal, which is served before dawn, during the holy month of Ramadan in Cairo on May 31, 2018.
AFP
Egyptians share a Suhoor meal, which is served before dawn, during the holy month of Ramadan in Cairo on May 31, 2018.
Reuters
A waiter carries servings of pre-dawn Suhoor meals for customers during the Muslim Holy month of Ramadan in Cairo, Egypt, May 31, 2018.
Reuters
The full Moon rises over the Greatest Mosque on the 14th day of the holy fasting month of Ramadan in Cairo, Egypt May 30, 2018.
Reuters
The full Moon rises over the Greatest Mosque on the 14th day of the holy fasting month of Ramadan in Cairo, Egypt May 30, 2018.
Reuters
The full Moon rises over a minaret of the Greatest Mosque on the 14th day of the holy fasting month of Ramadan in Cairo, Egypt May 30, 2018.
Reuters
People have their pre-dawn Suhoor meal before fasting another day during the Muslim Holy month of Ramadan in Cairo, Egypt, May 31, 2018.
Reuters
Plates of pre-dawn Suhoor meals are seen during the Muslim Holy month of Ramadan in Cairo, Egypt, May 31, 2018.
Reuters
A man eats his pre-dawn Suhoor meal before fasting another day during the Muslim Holy month of Ramadan in Cairo, Egypt, May 31, 2018.
Reuters
A vendor prepares pre-dawn Suhoor meal for people during the Muslim Holy month of Ramadan in Cairo, Egypt, May 31, 2018.
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Foul, salad, and french fries with lots of water help Egyptians prepare for fasting from sunrise to sunset during the Islamic holy month of Ramadan

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