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Food prices in Ramadan

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Food prices in Ramadan

Post by mimi cici on Thu Jul 19, 2012 11:23 pm

Food prices in Algeria and in all Arabic countries are increasing as Ramadan draws closer,although the government announced measures reassuring to avoid trouble again against the high cost of living.
-What is your opinion concerning that?
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Re: Food prices in Ramadan

Post by sassy86 on Fri Jul 20, 2012 8:53 pm

First of all RAMADAN MOUBARAK to all forum members

I don't think we should blame the authorities or the traders but ourselves rather! For many people, Ramadan is a month dedicated to food and eating rather than meditation and worshiping God.
And this is why these traders take advantage of the situation. I am not saying that we should not buy anything at all but we should try to keep it simple (Why should be include meat in all meals? Why should we have 7 different meals on the table of Iftar?? Why shouldn't we eat simple meals like we do in normal days?? )

Tradition plays an important role here. We can't deny that we Algerians are obssessed with food and we love showing off (not only in Ramadan but also in weddings).

We keep thinking all day long about what we would eat at the Iftar, forgetting that there are many people who might not have the simplest bowl of soup.

Anyways, Allah yahdina ajma3in
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Re: Food prices in Ramadan

Post by Londonhbb on Sat Jul 21, 2012 1:17 pm

Ramadan mubarak dear mates. I totally agree that each day of Ramadam becomes entirely a feast. My god! we become worshiping our stomachs instead. If u can't change the attitude of ur family, at least invite others to join ur table. Think of rewarded alternatives when u can't change things.
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Re: Food prices in Ramadan

Post by sassy86 on Sun Jul 22, 2012 11:56 pm

Well said !
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