Aug 13, 2015

“Iftar” Dinner in Istanbul


For fasting Muslims all over the world the holy month of Ramadan is a time of worship, self-reflection and socializing.
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For fasting Muslims all over the world the holy month of Ramadan is a time of worship, self-reflection and socializing. Amongst many other traditions related to Ramadan it is a custom to get together with people from near or far to break the fasting at the “Iftar” dinners that start around sunset time every night for the duration of 30 days. 

This year the team of GWS Middle East invited customers and business partners from Istanbul and around to an informal “Iftar” dinner at the beautiful coast road in Maltepe on the Asian side of Istanbul. Everybody enjoyed the excellent food; the wonderful view on the Marmara Sea and of course the interesting and inspiring conversation at the dinner table. Be our guest next year and join our “Iftar” dinner – even if you don’t fast.