Ramadan to start Monday as Saudi moon eyewitnesses state no sight of sickle

RIYADH: Saudi Arabian moon eyewitnesses said that there was no sight of the Ramadan sickle on Saturday, which means a large number of Muslims around the globe will start the sacred month on Monday.

The Islamic world pursues a lunar schedule, and the conventional moon-locating technique can prompt various nations announcing the beginning of Ramadan daily or two separated

This year, Ramadan will fall on long summer days for Muslims in the Northern Hemisphere.

Fasting amid Ramadan is one of the five mandatory mainstays of Islam, alongside the Muslim affirmation of confidence, every day petition, yearly philanthropy – known as “zakat” – and playing out the Hajj journey.

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