Ramadan Moon Sighted In Pakistan, First Fast Will Be Observed Tomorrow
Ramadan moon has been sighted in Pakistan today (Tuesday). Muslims of the country will observe the first fast of the holy month on 14th April 2021 (Wednesday).
On the other hand, the crescent moon for the month of Ramadan was sighted in Saudi Arabia on Monday (12th April), the Supreme Court has announced.
In a statement issued by the Saudi Supreme Court, Tuesday (April 13) will mark the first day of Ramadan.
This will be the second year when the Holy month will be observed under the deadly COVID-19 pandemic.
Ramadan is the ninth month of the Islamic calendar which is observed by the entire Muslim community from around the world.
The Muslims engage in good deeds and ask for forgiveness and refrain from eating and drinking from dawn until sunset.
This annual practice is considered one of the five pillars of Islam. It is said that Ramadan is the commemoration of Prophet Muhammad’s first revelation.
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