All the Arab countries, which were able to see the crescent of Ramadan on Wednesday, Jordan, the Sultanate of Oman, Algeria, Morocco, Mauritania and Somalia, announced that tomorrow, Thursday, is the first day of Ramadan, after the sighting of the crescent of the blessed month was confirmed, according to Al-Jazeera website.
Thus, the Arab countries agree to start fasting the holy month tomorrow, Thursday, after yesterday, Tuesday, witnessed the announcement of 15 Arab countries that the first day of Ramadan will be on Thursday.
According to the Al-Jazeera website, the month of fasting will begin Thursday also in Turkey, Iran, Malaysia and Indonesia, as well as among Muslim communities in France, Austria and Australia.
Also read: The Sultanate of Oman announces that Thursday is the first day of Ramadan
Jordan and Algeria declare Thursday the first day of Ramadan
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