Saudi Royal Court announces Thursday (23rd March) is the first day of Ramadan

Saudi Royal Court announces Thursday (23rd March) is the first day of Ramadan

Posted by : Aahil Shaik
Tuesday, March 21, 2023

Saudi Royal Court announces Thursday is the first day of Ramadan, as the Crescent was not seen on Tuesday

The Saudi Royal Court declared that tomorrow, March 22, 2023, is the 30th and the last day of Shaban month and Thursday will be the first day of the blessed month Ramadan 1444 (2023). This was confirmed by the Crescent Circle in the Supreme Court, according to the announcement. Join Saudi Expatriates on Telegram

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According to the information provided by the Supreme Court, the Crescents department met this evening, Tuesday, 29 Shaban (21 March), at Umm Al-Qura time, to discuss its replies to reports of crescent sightings during this year’s blessed Ramadan.

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– After reading over all of its contents, giving it some thought, and keeping in mind what was mentioned in the Saudi Supreme Court’s ruling.

– Earlier this, astronomical observatories said that the theoretical and mathematical expectations for the possibility of seeing the crescent of the blessed month of Ramadan on Tuesday is difficult as the birth of the moon will be around 8:30 pm and the moon will set about 9 minutes before sunset, it is difficult to see the crescent after sunset due to its setting before it and not being above the horizon. See Also : Things to do and not to do in Saudi Arabia during Ramadan

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