LONDON - A host of global Muslim stars were revelling in the celebratory mood as Muslims marked the end of Ramadan and the beginning of the feast, sharing `Eid wishes with their fans worldwide.
Muslims worldwide will celebrate `Eid Al-Fitr, which crowns the end of the holy fasting month of Ramadan, on Sunday, June 25, after Saudi officials confirmed seeing the moon of Shawwal.
The Supreme Court has called on all Muslims in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to sight the crescent of Shawwal on Saturday evening, 29 Ramadan, corresponding to June 24, to determine the start of `Eid Al-Fitr.
With `Eid around the corner, millions of Muslims worldwide are preparing to bid farewell to the holy fasting month of Ramadan, getting ready to welcome another spiritual event: `Eid Al-Fitr.
As the majority of Muslims worldwide prepare to welcome Ramadan on Saturday, May 27, many eyes are fixed on calendars to check fasting hours in their countries, witnessing a huge difference between countries with longest and shortest fasting hours.
Filipino Muslims will celebrate the beginning of the holy fasting month of Ramadan on Saturday, May 27, following announcement that the new moon was not sighted on Thursday, 29th of Shaaban.
As Muslims around the world prepare for the festive season of Ramadan, a UN World Food Program is launching two fundraising campaigns to urge fasting Muslims to donate and prevent famine in Yemen and support Syrian refugees in Lebanon.
As the holy fasting month of Ramadan knocks the doors, hundreds of millions of Muslims worldwide are anticipating any news about the start of the fast.
The Ka’bah is the sacred House of God situated in the middle of the Holy mosque in the city of Makkah, in Saudi Arabia.
In a breakthrough for Muslim women rights, basketball’s international governing body authorized its new rules on Thursday, May 4, allowing headgear, including hijab and turbans, as part of the sportswear.
Turkey transferred a leather-bound religious text, claimed to be the lost Gospel of Barnabas, under armed guard to the city’s Ethnography Museum, which reveals that Jesus Christ (peace be upon him) was never crucified.