Dubai food courts open for non-fasters during Ramadan, easing restrictions for non-Muslims and non-observants
- While eating in public during the day is criminalized in Dubai during Ramadan, food courts have been given the legal option to cover their entrances and open their services in designated areas to those not fasting.
- The allowance is particularly welcome by tourists visiting Dubai’s sprawling malls, now able to eat in one of the Mall of the Emirates’s food courts and the Dubai Mall food court.
- In addition, non-fasting Muslims including children and those abstaining for health purposes are able to access the designated eating areas.
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