Ramadan 2023: Saudi Arabia, UAE to Observe First Roza on 23 March

Regional media reported on Tuesday that Saudi Arabia, along with most other Gulf governments, would begin the fasting for the month of Ramadan on Thursday, 23rd March.

Earlier today, the Supreme Court of Saudi Arabia issued a call to all Muslims in the Kingdom to observe the sighting of the Ramadan crescent on Tuesday evening, which is Shaban 29, 1444.

During the maghrib prayer, a committee in the United Arab Emirates met in Abu Dhabi to look for the moon.

It’s important to note that after the indoor mask mandate was canceled in September, this Ramadan marks the first in three years in which the United Arab Emirates has not imposed any COVID-19 restrictions.

The National News reported that in many nations across the Middle East, citizens will be required to abstain from food and drink for about 14 hours every day.

According to the journal, as many as three million pilgrims are anticipated to visit the Two Holy Mosques in Makkah and Madinah during the holy month of Ramadan, citing Saudi officials.

On Wednesday, the Central Ruet-e-Hilal Committee in Pakistan, led by Maulana Abdul Khabir, will hold a meeting in Peshawar to sight the Ramadan moon.

On March 22 (Shaban 29) the Central Ruet-e-Hilal Committee for the sighting of the crescent of Ramadan ul Mubarak 1444 AH with its chairman would convene in the premises of Auqaf Department, Peshawar (Wednesday evening).

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