Ramadan in Saudi is unlike any other place in the world. Those who have experienced it can testify to it.
One expat recently got to witness the Saudi Ramadan and his tweet is everything.
Muslims fast throughout the day in Ramadan and when sunset approaches volunteers can be seen at major streets, roundabouts and even checkpoints distributing iftar packs for free.
Sometimes even police officers join in and start distributing iftar packs to all.
Carl de Kaspia is an expat who has been living in Saudi for quite some time now.
At one checkpoint he received an iftar pack from a police officer and his tweet on it has won the internet
Ohhh yeah ?
I just got my “ifthar” survival pack from very kind police officer at a Saudi police checkpoint.
Very nice of them indeed pic.twitter.com/Iw5KCJtUEO
— Carl de Kaspia (@CStoeng) May 13, 2019
His tweet has been retweeted over 2,600 times at the time of writing this article.
Carl is an avid tourist as well constantly traveling around Saudi that can be seen in his previous posts.
Never miss the opportunity to visit the old city of Al-Ukhdud close to Najran in Saudi Arabia.
The cite is guarded by a very friendly and competent staff. pic.twitter.com/F98RaVJFTR
— Carl de Kaspia (@CStoeng) March 31, 2019
Neolithic resting place close to Bima in the south of Saudi Arabia.
One always meet so kind people in the Saudi desert pic.twitter.com/wyvs4G3ODa
— Carl de Kaspia (@CStoeng) March 30, 2019
The fantastic Rijal Alma historical village, located not far from Abha in Saudi Arabia.
Wonderful and very friendly people. pic.twitter.com/jYhBldFT95
— Carl de Kaspia (@CStoeng) March 29, 2019