Amidst the Coronavirus Pandemic, countries all over the globe have been on the lookout for the moon while others have announced the commencement of Ramadan. Refresh this page for updates by minutes…
The Sultan of Sokoto on Thursday night announced that Ramadan begins on Friday, April 24. Speech ould be published later.
In Indonesia, Ramadan will begin on Friday, April 24. This was announced by the Indonesia Ministry of Religion following the sighting of the moon in Palabuhanratu, West Java province.
While there is no report of the moon sighting yet, Abu huraira Udasan, the mufti of the Bangsamoro has announced that Ramadan starts on Friday, April 24.
Prime Minister, Lee Hsien Loong has announced that Ramadan 2020 will begin on Friday 24 April, in the country.
Tomorrow marks the start of the holy month of #Ramadan, the fasting month for Muslims. May this Ramadan be a time of quiet reflection and prayer, together with your immediate families. – LHL https://t.co/nN9ZxKHMG7 pic.twitter.com/0mB2Usope8
— leehsienloong (@leehsienloong) April 23, 2020
Dar Al Ifta has announced that Ramadan begins in Egypt on Friday, April 24.
The moon was sighted in Saudi Arabia on Thursday. Therefore, Ramadan begins on Friday, April 24. The crescent was seen by the Hawtah Observatory, Sudair.
Chairman of the Moonsighting Committee Justice Youssef Al-Mutawaa has announced that Ramadan begins in Kuwait on Friday, April 24 following the sighting of the moon.
Ramadan 202 will begin in Bahrain on Friday, April 24.
Friday marks the first day of Ramadan in Bahrainhttps://t.co/BZLCiOx3Ai
— Bahrain News Agency (@bna_en) April 23, 2020
The Keeper of the Rulers’ Seal Tan Sri Syed Danial Syed Ahmad has announced that Malaysians will begin the Ramadan fast on Friday, April. The announcement was made Radio Television Malaysia (RTM).