Saudi Arabia announces the 1st day of Ramzan & Fasting starts from tomorrow – Ramadan 2021
Saudi Arabia – The Kingdom of the moon-watching committee, the custodian of two of Islam’s holiest sites,
said on Sunday that the 1st fast of the month of Ramadan(Ramzan) will on Tuesday 13th April,
while Taraweeh begins from 12th April. After the prayer of Isha.
The moon use to establish the beginning of the month of Ramadan not visible on Sunday,
and observation committees meet on Monday night itself.
Committee of the moon-looking – in Saudi Arabia the crescent moon has not been seen on Sunday Eve.
According to the Siasat Daily, Monday 12th April will the last and 30th day of Shaban 1442 Hijri.
Abdullah al- Khudairi, director of the astronomical observatory at Al- Majma ah University,
told that on Sunday, it is difficult to see the moon of Ramadan in other Arab countries, including Saudi Arabia.
Also he said that there would no moon in the sky on Sunday as it would set up about half an hour before sunset.
Ramadan lasts for a full moon cycle, usually of 29 / 30 days. The duration of the moon’s sighting is set.
Makkah, the holiest city of Islam, not only the birthplace of Prophet Muhammad,
but also the place where Prophet Muhammad made his 1st publication of the Quran.
The Islamic world follows Saudi Arabia’s declaration for these reasons.
In particular, millions of Muslims around the world will follow the 2nd Ramzan amid the Covid-19 epidemic.