Start of Ramadan 1425 AH - 2004 CE

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North America

Fiqh Council of North America has announced that based on a moon-sighting report from Texas the First day of Ramadan will be October 15th 2004.

Some Islamic organizations have announced the start of Ramadan will be on October 16th 2004.

Please consult your local Masjid/Islamic Center for the start of Ramadan in your area.

Around the world

Ramadan will begin Friday in Saudi Arabia, the birthplace of Islam, and most other Gulf Arab states.

The world's most populous Muslim-dominated nation, Indonesia, also will start Ramadan on Friday.

Muslims in Bangladesh, Pakistan and India will begin the fast on Saturday.

Muslim Council of Britain has announced that the UK Ruiyate Hilal Committee, following a meeting of mosques and affiliates held on 13th October, have announced the first day of fasting will be 15th October.

But as in America several Islamic Centers are also starting Ramadan on October 16 2004 in the UK.

Ramadan Kareem to all!

IslamiCity is providing this for your information only and does not support or oppose the various views on moon-sighting. Please confirm with your local moon-sighting authorities to determine when to start Ramadan.



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  1. DR. YAHIAHAMADA from USA

    I urge everyone who reads articles on islaicity website to read the information given here. It is a nice thing to learn that NASA has discovered things that already mentioned in the Quran that was revealed and uttered by our prophet (PBUH) more than 14 centuries ago! I had some friends that told me these things can be predicted and was guessed by others in early history. Well, how many times can you guess and be 100 % accurate everytime? once , twice, three time? Thare are more than 6,000 verses in the Quran, one-6th of them are scientific in nature that can not be explianed but with the use of sophisticated instrumentation. May God bless the readers and the people with minds and who contemplate.