Crescent moon not sighted, the first day of Ramadan will be April 13 in Saudi Arabia
Crescent moon not sighted, the first day of Ramadan will be April 13 in Saudi Arabia.
Sunday April 11, 2021 :
Based on sighting of the New Moon Sunday, Ramadan will begin in Saudi Arabia, UAE, Qatar and different Arab states both Monday April 12 or Tuesday April 13, 2021
Ramadan 2021 Moon Announcement: The new moon to pronounce the begin of Ramadan from Monday is not noticed in Saudi Aarabia, native media experiences mentioned.
It is subsequently can be mentioned that Ramadan this 12 months will begin on Tuesday April 13, 2021. Official affirmation by the Saudi Royal Court remains to be awaited.
05:30 pm (Makkah Time) The Supreme Court of Saudi Arabia will meet immediately i.e. Sunday April 11, 2021 at round 07:00 pm (Makkah Time) to determine the first day of Ramadan.
The Saudi Royal Court will meet immediately quickly after Salat al Maghrib (06:39 pm). The official announcement by Saudi Arabia, UAE, Qatar, Kuwait and different Arab states will observe quickly after.
Meanwhile, Muslims in India, Pakistan, UK, Singapore and different international locations will determine Tuesday April 12, 2021 the first day of Ramadan in these international locations.