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Ramadan 2021 Dubai UAE

Ramadan Dubai 2021

Ramadan Dubai 2021 – Photographer: Sreejesh Kalari Valappil

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The holy month of Ramadan is a time for spiritual reflection, prayer, doing good deeds and spending time with family and friends. There are cultural offerings, occasions and gatherings designed to celebrate the spirit of togetherness and charity that defines the season. The exact dates of the holy month depend on the moon sighting.

Venue: City wide

How long is Ramadan 2021?

Date: Tuesday, 23 April – Thursday May 13, 2021

Tuesday, April 13 or Wednesday, April 14, depending on the sighting of the moon.

Muslims across the globe fast from dawn till sunset for 29 or 30 days

When does everybody eat in Ramadan?

During the holy month, Muslims eat between the hours of sunset and sunrise, so it’s fine to enjoy a meal in public during this time. Muslims break their fast with family and friends over the evening meal, known as iftar. This is followed by suhoor, which is a meal taken very early in the morning (before dawn).

The timings for imsak: – when Muslims have to stop eating and begin their fast – will be at 4.27 am, with Maghrib prayers at 6.41 pm.

“The Ramadan crescent is expected to occur on Monday, April 12, 2021 at 6.31 am in the UAE, and will rise about 20 minutes after sunset. This means that Tuesday April 13 will be the beginning of the blessed month of Ramadan 1442,” said Al Jarwan.

Al Jarwan’s predicts that the crescent moon for the month of Shawwal will be on May 11 at 11 pm and will only be seen on Wednesday evening. “This indicates that Thursday May 13 will be the first of Shawwal and the first day of Eid Al Fitr,” he said.

Who all are exempt from fasting?

Muslim children, pregnant women, nursing mothers, the sick, and certain other categories of people are exempt from fasting.

COVID-19 precautionary measures

As part of the government’s efforts to stop the spread of COVID-19, the Islamic Affairs and Charitable Activities Department (IACAD) in Dubai announced that it has cancelled all permits for Ramadan tents this year. According to the decision, no tents will be allowed outside mosques, houses or any other public places to ensure the safety and health of the public during Ramadan.

Eid Holidays

Islamic Finder’s showes that Ramadan will last 30 days and the Muslims will celebrate Eid Al Fitr on Thursday, May 13. Based on these calculations, the UAE residents will have three-day weekend from Thursday, May 13, to Saturday, May 15.

Oman’s Mazen Al Mafraji also expects Eid Al Fitr will fall on Thursday, May 13.

(Note: All the dates are subjects to moon sighting)

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