Like Muslims around the world, Sudanese Muslims also organize and celebrate Ramadan in a special way. But many strange customs and rituals are also known in Sudan on the occasion of Ramadan. As in the rest of the Islamic world, the Ramadan meal is the norm for those who fast in Sudan. However, it is a purely local custom that seems strange and extraordinary to non-Sudanese people. On the occasion of Ramadan, this strange ritual is to block the way of travelers. This ritual is practiced in different parts of the country and has now become a purely Sudanese cultural heritage. Fasters close the road to pedestrians and cars, especially commuters and those passing through remote parts of highways, near Iftar. This is not for robbery or fornication, but for the honor of the fasting Muslim brothers to make them break their fast with them. They reach the streets a little before sunset. The fasting people in some places stand shoulder to shoulder and legs across the road and in various ways force passers-by to break their fast with them. Some wear long turbans and some stand with waving arms. There are those who stop the vehicles at the posts even at their own risk. They don’t care about the dangers that vehicles face on the highways. They make the travelers stop and put the Ramadan iftar on the table. As for the travelers traveling on the main highways, especially north-south, east-west, it is generally seen that some time before iftar during the month of Ramadan, they eat them iftar items, walk with their children and spread their mats by the road to treat the guest and wait for the fasts. -from side. If they ask permission from one, another will stop them in the next few steps.