The Supreme Court in UAE has announced that the Ramadan moon is not sighted in UAE. Therefore, the first day of fasting will be observed on 23 March 2023.
The moon sighting committee in the United Arab Emirates met on 21 March, Tuesday evening to see the Ramadan moon. The sighting was not confirmed by any credible witnesses from different parts of the country.
The government has also announced a number of measures to ensure safe and peaceful Ramadan. Muslims across UAE are preparing for the month of Ramadan, which is a time of spiritual reflection and devotion.
In UAE, moon sighting is carried out by a committee of religious scholars and astronomers in each major city, including Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Sharjah, and Al Ain. The committee gathers at a specific location to observe the moon and verify its sighting with the naked eye.
The sighting of the Ramadan moon is a crucial occurrence in the Islamic schedule, denoting the start of a month-long time of spiritual rebirth, fasting, and prayer. In the United States, Muslims can rely on the UAE Ramadan Calendar 2023 to remain on track with religious obligations at the proper times.
Ramadan Sehri & Iftar Times Of Major Cities Of UAE:
Dubai Sehri & Iftar Time: https://hamariweb.com/islam/dubai_ramadan-timing520.aspx
Abu Dhabi Sehri & Iftar Time: https://hamariweb.com/islam/abu-dhabi_ramadan-timing509.aspx
Sharjah Sehri & Iftar Time: https://hamariweb.com/islam/sharjah_ramadan-timing534.aspx
Al Ain Sehri & Iftar Time: https://hamariweb.com/islam/al-ain_ramadan-timing510.aspx
Fujairah Sehri & Iftar Time: https://hamariweb.com/islam/fujairah_ramadan-timing521.aspx
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