The fasting ceremony is that Muslims start from dawn at dawn, and do not eat, drink, smoke, or quit during the day, until after sunset. In the Arab countries, there are different practices in the sunset. In some countries, guns are prevailing. People can eat when they hear the sound of guns. In some countries, the voice of the Qur'an is heard from the treble of the mosque, and people can eat. But Islam allows the elderly, the sick, the children, and those who travel abroad to be free from fasting.