Now if only all Muslims would believe that and stop the atrocious killings during Ramadan. Faith overcomes heat and hunger Workers toiling outdoors say fasting is about the soul, not the body Bangladeshi mason Mohammad Sharif drinks a bottle of water at suhour and has some fruit and rice with curry.Image Credit: Ahmed Ramzan/Gulf News Bangladeshi bus driver Mohammad Alam doubles up as a cardboard carton stacker for his recycling company.Image Credit: Ahmed Ramzan/Gulf News Pakistani courier Sabtain Mehdi rides his bike from 9am to 6pm daily. His suhour meal comprises bread and currImage Credit: Ahmed Ramzan/Gulf News Pakistani Abdul Qayum, who fixes car tyres, works outdoors from 8am to 2pm daily except on Fridays.Image Credit: Ahmed Ramzan/Gulf News ( 1 of 4 ) ‹› Dubai: They are drenched in sweat after toiling under the scorching sun for hours but won’t take a sip of water until dusk. Muslims fasting and labouring outdoors during Ramadan said it is faith that carries them through the long, hot working days. There is no gorging on food and drink before fasting begins at dawn, the workers said. Some labourers head straight to their work sites after dawn, and work for six hours straight during Ramadan. “No matter how much food and water you have at suhour, you’ll still feel hungry and thirsty, especially when you work hard like us,” said Bangladeshi mason Mohammad Sharif, 30. Sharif, who has been a labourer in Dubai for eight years, said he drinks a 1.5 litre bottle of water at suhour and has some fruit and rice with curry. Continue reading at: Faith overcomes heat and hunger?