sehri

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sehri

(ˈsɛrɪ)
n
a meal eaten before sunrise by Muslims during Ramadan
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In celebration of their collective efforts and spirit of togetherness in driving the group's success and growth over the past year, Al Meera managers and employees across branches gathered for annual Iftar and Suhoor celebrations.
The IBPC held its annual Suhoor at Al Noor Training Centre on Sunday to support the organisation, where around 250 students are undergoing training with more than half of them from India.
Tribune News network Doha Sharing Ramadan's special moments with its corporate clients and customers, Doha Bank hosted a special suhoor banquet in Doha recently, the bank said in a statement on Wednesday.
Summary: The maid was preparing Suhoor in the kitchen.
The accident took place early Wednesday morning local time in the city of Bell Gardens as the four were returning from suhoor, the NNA reported.
Gather your friends and family members and meet over a lavish Iftar or Suhoor buffet where you exchange cordiality and values of the holy month.
The Noor tent welcomes our dear guests to enjoy authentic Ramadan atmospheres and breathtaking views and will be offering Iftaar, Ghabgaa and Suhoor Buffets infused by the traditions of Bahrain." Said Mr.
"Gather with your friends and family around the mouthwatering suhoor and iftar with our Arabian Nights-themed cuisine, bringing together the essence of Saudi Arabian, Moroccan, Egyptian, Syrian and Lebanese cuisines in one feast like no other," the hotel said.
Starting from Dh330 ($89.8) per room, per night, excluding taxes, the package includes a night's stay along with complimentary Iftar and Suhoor for two in the hotel's vibrant contemporary dining outlet, Level M.
Fahad Al Abri, a nutrition specialist spoke to Times of Oman regarding what people should eat and what they should avoid in order to stay fuller for longer: "I always encourage people to include liquids and foods that are high in fibre during their Suhoor meals.
The Mesaharaty is the person who awakens the Muslim sleepers on the night of Ramadan to eat the suhoor meal (last meal before fasting).
Summary: Having the right kind of food for suhoor can keep you energized and strong throughout the