Ramadan Feast enthusiasm in Northern and Eastern Syria

The revival in the bazaar with the approach of Ramadan Feast delights the shopkeepers, cheers the children and turns the cities into a feast in North-East Syria. The joy in the hearts is reflected in the smiles on the faces.

On the eve of Ramadan Feast (Eid al-Fitr), which is of great importance for Muslims, there is a lot of activity in Northern and Eastern Syria. Celebrated at the end of Ramadan, a holy month for Muslims to fast and strengthen their worship, Eid al-Fitr is also a symbol of coming together with loved ones, solidarity and assistance.

As the warmth of the sun gradually increases, the streets are filled with festive excitement. The joyful laughter of children meets the loving smiles of parents. This happy day, which starts with the rush of preparations at home on the morning of Eid, brings families together and offers the best examples of love and solidarity.

The more parents see the excitement in their children's eyes, the more love and happiness they feel. Their innocent joy reminds them of the true meaning of the Eid and further strengthens their social bonds.

In the last days of the month of Ramadan, the citizens in Rojava are also filled with Eid enthusiasm. Streets and alleys are coloured with festive preparations, and bazaars are full of festive clothes.

Although the increase in prices in the markets causes the reaction of the citizens, the faces of the tradesmen are smiling. People are trying to choose the most suitable option by comparing prices while doing their shopping.

Children are counting the days with the excitement of the surprises prepared for toys and candy, which are indispensable for them during the holidays.

Citizens who choose their clothes for the Ramadan feast in the shopping rush are also thinking about the gifts they will buy for their loved ones. Everyone who wants to experience the enthusiasm of the Eid continues their preparations with great excitement.

Eid enthusiasm is reflected on everyone's faces despite the ongoing attacks by the Turkish state and the embargo imposed by the Syrian regime on the region. With the approach of Eid, the increasing energy turns the city into a festive feast.