Saudi Supreme Court's Call For Moon Sighting On Today Evening For Eid Al-Fitr
Category: Ramadan

The Saudi Supreme Court has issued a call to all Muslims residing in the Kingdom to witness the sighting of the Shawwal moon on the evening of Monday, 29th Ramadan 1445 (8th April 2024).

Individuals capable of observing the crescent moon, whether with the naked eye or binoculars, are urged to approach the nearest court and register their testimony.

Encouraging active participation, the Supreme Court has advised those who can engage in the moon sighting to join the special committees established across various regions of the Kingdom.

Following the sighting, individuals are required to report their observations to the nearest court or designated center.

According to astronomical calculations, Eid Al-Fitr is anticipated to commence on Wednesday, 10th April 2024, in Saudi Arabia and the Arab world. Consequently, Muslims may observe a 30-day fasting period this Ramadan.

As per the Islamic lunar calendar, Ramadan, the ninth month, culminates with Eid Al Fitr, marking the conclusion of Ramadan.

In observance of Eid Al Fitr, Saudi Arabia has announced six days of paid holidays for both public and private sector employees. These holidays are slated to commence on Monday, April 8, and extend through Saturday, April 13, encompassing the weekend.

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