Saudi Arabia calls for sighting of the holy Ramadan moon

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Abdullah Al Mamun

Saudi Correspondent

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Mahide Hassan

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The Supreme Court of Saudi Arabia has called upon all Muslims living in Saudi Arabia to look at the moon of the holy month of Ramadan this evening.  And if anyone has seen the moon, he has been asked to report his details to the nearest court. According to sources, today is Arabic 28 Shaban in the Middle East including Saudi Arabia.  If the new moon of the holy month of Ramadan is sighted on Tuesday evening, the fast will start from tomorrow Wednesday by eating Sehri.  And if the moon is not seen then Ramadan will start from next Thursday.  The Supreme Court of Saudi Arabia urged the local Muslims to watch the moon this evening, along with the Saudi Arabia’s moon sighting committee. It said that if anyone has seen the moon of the month of Ramadan with naked eyes or through binoculars, then they are asked to contact the nearest court or any nearest institution and they are also asked to record the evidence along with their information.

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Abdullah Al Mamun

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