Posted by : Aahil Shaik Saturday, June 1, 2019

Saudi Arabia's Supreme Court calls for sighting Shawwal moon on Monday

The Supreme Court in Saudi Arabia called for sighting the Shawwal month crescent moon of the year 1440 on Monday which is on 3rd June 2019 (29th Ramadan), the court said in its statement. Trending : Eid Al Fitr Holidays for Public and Private sectors in Saudi Arabia

Praise be to Allah, Lord of the Worlds, and prayers and Peace Be Upon our Prophet Muhammad and all his family and companions. The Supreme Court of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia would like to call all Muslims throughout the Kingdom to look for the crescent moon of the month of Shawwal on the 29th of Ramadan this year. Recommend : Quran and Adhan competition launched with 12 million riyals prizes

- The Supreme Court ask those who see it by naked eye or through binoculars to report to the nearest court and register their testimony or contact the nearest center to help them reach the nearest court.

- The sighting of the moon marks the end of Ramadan month this year and the start of celebration of Eid Al Fitr, In case if the moon is not spotted, Tuesday will mark a regular fasting day and Eid Al Fitr celebrations will be on Wednesday. See Also : 5000 SR fine for violating public decorum in Saudi Arabia


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