Saudi enters Guinness with largest iftar meal
Saudi Arabia has entered Guinness book of records with the world's largest iftar (Ramadan evening meal) that extended for more than 1,500 metres.
(Pic: Arabic language daily Sabq)
Nearly 4,000 persons attended the 1,508-metre-long meal, which was organized in the Western Red Sea port of Jeddah by Prince Mashal bin Majid bin Abdul Aziz, a member of the royal family and Emir (prince) of Jeddah province.
"Experts from Guinness attended the event and documented the banquet as the world's largest," the Arabic language daily Sabq said.
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