August 8, 2022

A number of Arab international locations, together with Saudi Arabia, the UAE and Egypt, introduced on Saturday night that right now, Sunday, marks the top of the month of Ramadan and Monday marks the primary day of Eid al-Fitr.

In Saudi Arabia, the Supreme Court docket has declared that it’s not possible to see the crescent of Shawwal and that right now, Sunday, the month of Ramadan ends.

Justice Minister and Committee Chairman Abdullah Al Nuaimi mentioned in an announcement: “The Committee, after investigation and taking into consideration all reputable strategies of proof, and after the contacts it has established with neighboring international locations, has not proved tonight that Shawwal’s crescent was seen on this yr, and subsequently Sunday, Could 1, 2022, is the completion of the blessed month of Ramadan 1443 AH, and Monday, Could 2, 2022, is the primary day of the month of Shawwal.

In Kuwait, the Sharia statement introduced that the statement of the crescent of the month of Shawwal was not confirmed on Saturday, and accordingly it will likely be the Sunday that ends the month of Ramadan, and Eid al-Fitr on Monday.

The Supreme Court docket of Saudi Arabia referred to as on all Muslims in all elements of the Kingdom to research the sighting of the crescent of the month of Shawwal final night time, Saturday, the twenty-ninth month of Ramadan, asking those that see it with the bare eye or by way of binoculars to report back to the closest court docket, write down their testimony or contact the closest heart to assist him get to the closest court docket.

In keeping with an announcement from the Worldwide Astronomical Heart within the UAE, for international locations that may discover the crescent on Saturday, it’s not attainable to see the crescent on that day as a result of the moon units earlier than the solar and mating happens after sundown, and subsequently these international locations will full a number of days of Ramadan on 30 , which will probably be on Monday, Could 2, 2022, Eid al-Fitr, during which.

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