A Quick Run-through on Iftar Times Across the World in 2015
- The holy month of Ramadan
- Iftar times in 2015
- Reports indicate that Denmark will observe the longest fasting period-nearly 21 hours
- Argentina will be the first country to observe Iftar with just 9 hours and 30 minutes of fasting
To cut it short
Iftar time varies from nation to nation depending on the latitude and longitude. While Denmark will observe a delayed Iftar, Iceland, Sweden and Norway will also follow the league with nearly 20 hours of fasting. For residents of US, France and Italy, the Iftar timings are not too long or too short, with 16 hours of fasting on the average. People in the UAE, Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Egypt, India and Pakistan will fast for an average of 15 hours observing a standard Iftar time. The countries that will experience the least number of fasting hours and an early Iftar includes Argentina, Australia, South Africa and Brazil with an approximate 11 hours of fasting.