Ramadan and Scheduling in the Arabian Peninsula
“The biggest challenge is working around Ramadan. And because Ramadan shifts each year, trying to schedule anything during Ramadan makes it harder to do. And then also the feasts at the end of the, the celebrations at the end of Ramadan, the two ‘Eids,’ they take several days off, and then about 60 days later they’ll take week off. And so you have to know those and be able to integrate those into any type of planning that you're doing.”
In this video, a retired military officer discusses the impact Ramadan has on scheduling.