A little child praying, sitting down, as prayers line up standing, some laying prayer map underneath. Traditionally, Ramadan is 'Worship Month,' according to Egyptians, when worship forms include, reciting Quran since early morning as commuters go to work, college, or school, more so during first days of Ramadan; remembering Allah all over day until sunset; and Qiyam prayer, or Taraweeh, according to Egyptians. Generally, praying has a special place in Egyptians' hearts during Ramadan. Over first few days, mosques are packed with prayers in almost all times. By late evening, homes are shrouded in a state of anticipation, piety and listening to verses of Quran being echoed everywhere. Then, Sheik Mohamed Refaat's voice breaks out calling for Maghreb and ushering in Iftar. For a while, silence dominates, with families having breakfast, when everyone disperses yet again for Taraweeh.