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The Saudi Supreme Court has asked all Muslims in the kingdom to look into the sighting of the Shawwal crescent on the evening of Saturday, Ramadan 1443, which falls on April 30, 2022.
The Supreme Court has asked that anyone who sees it with their naked eye or through binoculars report it to a nearby court and record his evidence there, or contact the nearest center to assist him in getting to the nearest court. The Ministry of the Interior: Amending Article 75 of the Traffic Law to maintain safety and reduce the causes of accidents
The court expects that those with the potential to be interested in this topic join the regional committees constituted for this reason, and calculate the reward by participating in it, as a result of their participation in righteousness and piety, and for the benefit of all Muslims. See also: Hajj Quotas by Country for the Year 2022 Umrah visa holders can travel across the Kingdom during their stay
This year, the sighting of the Shawwal crescent marks the conclusion of Ramadan and the beginning of Eid Al-Fitr celebrations.
The first day of Eid Al-Fitr will be on May 1, 2022, if the crescent is seen on Saturday evening (Sunday). If the crescent is not seen on Saturday evening, the first day of Eid Al-Fitr will be Monday, May 2nd, 2022.
According to astrological calculations, Ramadan will last 30 days in Saudi Arabia this year, with Eid Al-Fitr falling on May 2nd, 2022.
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