Get Ready! Eid Al Adha Will Most Likely Be On June 16

Guess what? According to Dr. Taha Rabeh, the head of the National Institute for Astronomical and Geophysical Research in Egypt, June 7, Friday might be the start of Dhul Hijjah for the current Hijri year 1445. According to the Egyptian Astronomy Institute which means Eid Al Adha is likely to fall on Sunday, June 16

The moon will be visible after sunset and will vary across different regions. In Makkah, it will be visible for 11 minutes, while in Cairo, it will be visible for 18 minutes on the sighting day. Dr. Rabeh also noted that the new crescent will be visible after sunset in several Arab and Islamic capitals and cities for varying durations, ranging from 1 to 28 minutes.

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