Saudi: Ramadan More Likely to be on Friday

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Saudi Arabia’s Supreme Court has called on all Muslims across the kingdom to sight the crescent moon of the holy month of Ramadan on Thursday evening, April 23.

The court urged all the citizens and residents to look out for the crescent moon that marks beginning of the fasting month.

If the crescent is sighted on Thursday night, Sha’aban 30, then Friday will be the first day of Ramadan. This year’s Ramadan will be marked differently as the entire world is grappling with the coronavirus pandemic.

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