Depending on where you are in the world, fasting times can vary quite significantly. Muslims in places like Iceland, where daylight is scheduled to last 22 hours on June 18, face the dilemma of figuring out how to stay healthy and nourished while observing their faith. While some Muslims choose to fast from dawn to sunset in these countries, Islamic scholars have offered a number of alternatives, such as following Mecca’s fasting times.
HuffPost Religion calculated the time between the Fajr and Maghrib prayers to find out how long the fast lasts for Muslims around the world. The website IslamiCity can help you figure out prayer times in your own neighborhood.