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Islamic date in Europe

Friday 30th of July 2021

19 Dhu al-Hijjah 1442

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This page will Insha'Allah track moon sighting across various countries and will be updated monthly with the current and next month's moon sighting details and information.


Dhū al-Ḥijjah 1442 Calculations:

Wifaqul Ulama Announcement for British Muslims:

Wifaqul Ulama urges Muslims in Britain to attempt to sight the Moon for Dhū al-Ḥijjah 1442 on the evening of Saturday the 10th of July 2021. This will be the 29th of Dhū al-Qa‘dah 1442. Moon sighting results should be reported to Wifaqul Ulama, you can notify us via our Email, Twitter, Facebook or by calling +447956589613.

Dhū al-Ḥijjah 1442 Sighting

How to sight the Moon?

New Moon Birth & Sighting on July 10, 2021

The Astronomical New Moon (conjunction) is on Saturday July 10, 2021 at 02:17. Moonsighting is not possible.

New Moon Birth & Sighting on July 11, 2021

Visible in many parts of the world.

 

 

 


Dhū al-Ḥijjah 1442 Announcements:

 

Start of Dhū al-Ḥijjah 1442 on July 11, 2021 and Eidul-Adha on Tuesday, 20th of July 2021

Disclaimer: The crescent for the new Islamic month is sighted on the 29th of each Islamic month. The 29th of an Islamic month differs. We record the sighting of the crescent on the 29th of each Islamic month according to local (Islamic) date. It is for this reason that you may see the Islamic month start on the same (date) in two different countries with a report of the crescent being sighted (in this case the previous month will have 29 days) or not sighted (in this case the previous month will have completed 30 days) or any combination thereof.

 

1 Saudi Arabia: Start of Dhū al-Ḥijjah 1442 on July 11, 2021 according to pre-determined Ummul Qura Calendar

 

2 Turkey: Din Hizmetleri Genel Müdürlüğü shows Start of Dhū al-Ḥijjah 1442 on July 11, 2021. There is no Moonsigting announcement and a predertmined calendar is followed.

 

Start of Dhū al-Ḥijjah 1442 on July 11, 2021 and Eidul-Adha on Tuesday, 20th of July 2021

Disclaimer: The crescent for the new Islamic month is sighted on the 29th of each Islamic month. The 29th of an Islamic month differs. We record the sighting of the crescent on the 29th of each Islamic month according to local (Islamic) date. It is for this reason that you may see the Islamic month start on the same (date) in two different countries with a report of the crescent being sighted (in this case the previous month will have 29 days) or not sighted (in this case the previous month will have completed 30 days) or any combination thereof.

 

1 AustraliaAwaiting News

 

2 BangladeshAwaiting News

 

3 Brunei: Awaiting News

 

4 Burma/Myanmar: Awaiting News

 

5 Canada: Awaiting News

 

6 Chile: Awaiting News

 

7 Columbia: Awaiting News

 

8 EgyptAwaiting News

 

9 Fiji Island: Awaiting News

 

10 FranceAwaiting News

 

11 Grenada: Awaiting News

 

12 Guyana: Awaiting News

 

5 (North) India: Awaiting News

 

6 (South) India: Awaiting News

 

15 IndonesiaAwaiting News

 

16 ItalyAwaiting News

 

17 Japan: Awaiting News

 

18 Kenya: Awaiting News

 

19 Malawi: Awaiting News

 

20 Malaysia: Awaiting News

 

21 Maurtitania: Awaiting News

 

22 Morocco (Source 2)Awaiting News

 

23 Mozambique: Awaiting News

 

24 New Zealand: Awaiting News

 

25 Nigeria: Awaiting News

 

26 Oman: Awaiting News

 

27 Pakistan: Awaiting News

 

28 Panama: Awaiting News

 

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30 Reunion: Awaiting News

 

31 Singapore: Awaiting News

 

32 SudanAwaiting News

 

33 Spain:Awaiting News

 

34 South AfricaAwaiting News

 

35 Sri Lanka: Awaiting News

 

36 Surinam: Awaiting News

 

37 Trinidad: Awaiting News

 

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39 United KingdomAwaiting News

 

40 United States Awaiting News

 

41 Zimbabwe: Awaiting News

 

42 Zambia: Awaiting News