And I thought it was just a tv show! :doh:.
Does it matter? If a moon is sighted or not? :left:
Actually, in this case no. Since the month cannot be more than thirty days, eid must be on Wednesday as it cannot be on Thursday. But the point is that this article was posted late Monday night as it was already up by Esha time! :rolleyes:.And Makkah has miraculously managed to sight the moon a full day before the rest of us! Strange that South Africa didn't sight the moon despite having a better chance at it! :whistle:.
Happy Eid 1432 HRequest sorry for being born and internal
It happens in Indonesia too, some of them insisted that idul fitri is on Tuesday or today. But the government has decided that idul fitri is on Wednesday, but anyway they can choose. 😉 sometime it feels not good when you are a part of this community but lately we can deal with this one better than before. Happy Idul Fitri, Aadil
Eid Mubarak to all. :hat:.The UK is having two Eids again this year is seems. :awww:.But Allah Taala knows best. :up:.Alhamdulilla, the South African community is united in accepting one ruling for the whole country. :up:.
Originally posted by qlue:
Alhamdulilla, the South African community is united in accepting one ruling for the whole country. .
It was like this. And it was nicer.So you are lucky.
The UK is having two Eids again this year is seems. :awww:.
Thanks for clearing that up. I thought that I was imagining that. Good that I'm not going a little crazy.
Originally posted by harrytheman:
Half the Mosques follow Makkah for the start of the Islamic month on the grounds that it is always overcast in England and thus sighting the moon is seldom possible.The other half insist that this is not legitimate and insist that sighting the moon is a pre-requisite! :awww:.I believe that either method is acceptable, but that there needs to be a consensus that all the Mosques in a region follow. :rolleyes:.
Right, that's why. I was just confused as the Muslim's that I know through other people seemed to be doing two different things :doh:
There's 31 days this month, surely?
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