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    (Original post by bat_man)
    What day does it start for ahmadiyyas? :mmm:
    Cheeky fam.
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    (Original post by aamirac)
    It does, if you scroll down to the first day of Ramadan and go to the June 6th Monday it says Saudi Arabia (officially announced)
    Ah I didn't spot that.
    Saudi Arabia:
    1. Seen: MCW member Mr Muhammad H Zulqarnain from Riyadh reported: It is officially announced in Saudi Arabia that based on sighting, the first day of Ramadan is on June 6, 2016 (Monday).
    Now we'll have to see if ANY other country has spotted the moon
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    :nooo:

    My life for the next 30 days :nopity:

    :laugh: #jk ...nonetheless my energy is going to be gone. :sigh:
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Sorry to be stupid but im genuinly curious,
    does it move about or something or is there a set day? im not muslim and i dont get out a lot i apologise but im genuinly interested

    yh, every year it changes, it goes back 10 days

    so last yr the last day was on the 17th of july
    this yr its on the 7th
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    (Original post by mariam687)
    yh, every year it changes, it goes back 10 days

    so last yr the last day was on the 17th of july
    this yr its on the 7th
    *11 days miss
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    (Original post by Someboady)
    Ah I didn't spot that.
    Saudi Arabia:
    1. Seen: MCW member Mr Muhammad H Zulqarnain from Riyadh reported: It is officially announced in Saudi Arabia that based on sighting, the first day of Ramadan is on June 6, 2016 (Monday).
    Now we'll have to see if ANY other country has spotted the moon
    Most mosques/countries go by saudi anyway..my mosque has confirmed Monday. But my cousins mosque has confirmed Tuesday which means that we will be celebrating Eid on different days ..... again
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    (Original post by mariam687)
    yh, every year it changes, it goes back 10 days

    so last yr the last day was on the 17th of july
    this yr its on the 7th
    Oh thank you very much so is it sometimes in the winter if it goes back 10 days all the time?
    thank you for answering and um happy Ramadan? If that is what you say im so sorry for my ignorance :getmecoat:
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    (Original post by OGGUS)
    *11 days miss
    really?
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    (Original post by Zara0526)
    Most mosques/countries go by saudi anyway..my mosque has confirmed Monday. But my cousins mosque has confirmed Tuesday which means that we will be celebrating Eid on different days ..... again
    True. But is this the right way? To leave the tradition of Moon Sighting and just follow "Saudi" Arabia?

    It doesn't necessarily mean we'll celebrate Eid on different days. The moon must be sighted for Eid also
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Oh thank you very much so is it sometimes in the winter if it goes back 10 days all the time?
    thank you for answering and um happy Ramadan? If that is what you say im so sorry for my ignorance :getmecoat:
    your cute and funny.
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    i just want the weather to be bright but breezy
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Oh thank you very much so is it sometimes in the winter if it goes back 10 days all the time?
    thank you for answering and um happy Ramadan? If that is what you say im so sorry for my ignorance :getmecoat:
    Yeah we have had Ramadan in the winter. Awh bless..
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    (Original post by mariam687)
    really?
    Yeah, and it was on the Thursday18thJune last year
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Oh thank you very much so is it sometimes in the winter if it goes back 10 days all the time?
    thank you for answering and um happy Ramadan? If that is what you say im so sorry for my ignorance :getmecoat:
    No problem
    theres no particular way of saying it
    but most say "ramadan mubarak"

    haha, no need to be sorry, you were just be curious!
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    (Original post by OGGUS)
    your cute and funny.
    im so sorry i dont mean to be I just like learning things and i live in a very small place so have never seen this Ramadan thing before hope you enjoy yourself :hugs:

    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Yeah we have had Ramadan in the winter. Awh bless..
    Oh ok thank you was just wondering if it was like that summer solstice thing
    have a good time
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    (Original post by OGGUS)
    Yeah, and it was on the Thursday18thJune last year
    i swear it was on the 17th?!
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    :ahee: Ramadan Mubarak to all the Muslim Ummah! :ahee:
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    im so sorry i dont mean to be I just like learning things and i live in a very small place so have never seen this Ramadan thing before hope you enjoy yourself :hugs:



    Oh ok thank you was just wondering if it was like that summer solstice thing
    have a good time
    Small place? Yeah I've had someone ask me about Ramadan before and how the moon thing worked and I wasn't sure of the answer myself and felt bad for not knowing.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Small place? Yeah I've had someone ask me about Ramadan before and how the moon thing worked and I wasn't sure of the answer myself and felt bad for not knowing.
    Yeh it is practically 100% white not saying muslims cant be white or anything just that it is very traditional christian thingy here
    awwww dw thank you for all your input :hugs: and dw cos i was brought up Christian but know hardly anything about Jesus and that so dw
    have a good Ramadan :hugs:
 
 
 
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