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[h=1]Fiqh Council of North America Announces 2011 Ramadan and Eid Dates | ISNA
Fiqh Council of North America Announces 2011 Ramadan and Eid Dates[/h]

The Fiqh Council of North America Announces Clarifications on Eid
Eidul Fitr on Tuesday, August 30, 2011

Doubts have been raised by some about the decision of the Fiqh Council of North America and the European Council of Fatwa and Research about the date of Eidul Fitr this year on August 30, 2011. Following are some clarifications from the Fiqh Council of North America.

  1. The Fiqh Council of North America recognizes astronomical calculation as an acceptable Shar’i method for determining the beginning of Lunar months including the months of Ramadan and Shawwal. FCNA uses Makkah al-Mukarram as a conventional point and takes the position that the conjunction must take place before sunset in Makkah and moon must set after sunset in Makkah.
  2. The Astronomical New Moon is on August 29, 2011 (Monday) at 3:04 Universal Time (6:04 a.m. Makkah time). On Monday, August 29, sunset at Makkah is 6:40 p.m. local time, while moonset is at 6:44 pm local time.
  3. It is claimed that the new moon will not be visible on August 29 anywhere in the world. This information is not correct.
  4. In United States the birth of Astronomical new moon is on August 28, 2011 (Sunday) at 11:04 p.m. (New York), at 8:04 p.m. (California) and 5:04 p.m. (Hawaii).
  5. On Monday, August 29, the Crescent will set 13 minutes after sunset in San Diego, California and 28 minutes after sunset in Honolulu, Hawaii.
  6. On Monday, August 29 the Crescent should be visible in Hawaii by binoculars and telescope and in South America by naked eye.
The Shawwal Crescent of Monday, August 29 is acceptable according to Shari’ah for those who recognize the Global sighting as it is also acceptable according to the criteria adopted by the Fiqh Council of North America.

Eidul Fitr is on Tuesday, August 30, 2011. Eid Mubarak and best wishes for a blessed Eid with peace and harmony among all.

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"O you who believe, fasting is prescribed to you as it was prescribed to those before you, that you may (learn) self-restraint." Qur’an 2: 183


The Islamic Society of North America (ISNA) follows the calculations of the Fiqh Council of North America (FCNA) to determine the dates of Ramadan and Eid and is excited to share with our community that FCNA has announced this year's dates for both Ramadan and Eid.

The Fiqh Council of North America recognizes astronomical calculation as an acceptable Shar’i method for determining the beginning of Lunar months including the months of Ramadan and Shawwal. FCNA uses Makkah al-Mukarram as a conventional point and takes the position that the conjunction must take place before sunset in Makkah and moon must set after sunset in Makkah.

On the basis of this method the dates of Ramadan and Eidul Fitr for the year 1432 AH are established as follows:

The first of Ramadan will be on Monday, August 1, 2011
Eid ul-Fitr will be on Tuesday, August 30, 2011

Ramadan 1432 AH:
The Astronomical New Moon is on July 30, 2011 (Saturday) at 18:40 Universal Time (9:40 pm Makkah time). Sunset at Makkah on July 30 is at 7:01 pm local time, while moonset at Makkah is 6:41pm local time (20 minute before sunset). Therefore the following day Sunday, July 31, 2011 is not the 1st day of Ramadan. First day of Ramadan is Monday, August 1, insha'Allah. First Tarawih prayer will be on Sunday night.

Eid ul-Fitr 1432 AH:
The Astronomical New Moon is on August 29, 2011 (Monday) at 3:04 Universal Time (6:04 am Makkah time). On Monday, August 29, sunset at Makkah is 6:40 p.m. local time, while moonset is at 6:44 pm local time. Therefore, first day of Shawwal, i.e., Eid ul-Fitr is Tuesday, August 30, insha'Allah.

May Allah (swt) keep us on the right path, and accept our fasting and prayers. Ameen. For more detailed information, please visit: www.fiqhcouncil.org or www.moonsighting.com
 

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Huyu Eid Mubarak ana undugu wowote na Hosni Mubarak, yule Dikteta aliye chali wa Misri?

Meaning of...
Word:Eid Mubarak
Meaning:Eid Muabarak is a phrase that Muslims say to each other on Eid day, a bit like Christians would say 'Merry Christmas'. Eid Mubarak means 'Happy (day of) Celebration'.
The two annual Eids (celebrations/festivals) are the Muslim days of celebration. The first Eid (Eid al-Fitr) happens when the month of fasting, Ramadhan, ends. The second Eid (Eid al-Adhha) occurs on the 10th day of the last month of the Islamic calendar.
True Form:عيد مبارك
Grammar:

Meaning of eid mubarak - Islamic-Dictionary.com
 

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Hahahha hili neno aisee
Meaning of...
Word:Eid Mubarak
Meaning:Eid Muabarak is a phrase that Muslims say to each other on Eid day, a bit like Christians would say 'Merry Christmas'. Eid Mubarak means 'Happy (day of) Celebration'.
The two annual Eids (celebrations/festivals) are the Muslim days of celebration. The first Eid (Eid al-Fitr) happens when the month of fasting, Ramadhan, ends. The second Eid (Eid al-Adhha) occurs on the 10th day of the last month of the Islamic calendar.
True Form:عيد مبارك
Grammar:

Meaning of eid mubarak - Islamic-Dictionary.com
 

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Meaning of...
Word:Eid Mubarak
Meaning:Eid Muabarak is a phrase that Muslims say to each other on Eid day, a bit like Christians would say 'Merry Christmas'. Eid Mubarak means 'Happy (day of) Celebration'.
The two annual Eids (celebrations/festivals) are the Muslim days of celebration. The first Eid (Eid al-Fitr) happens when the month of fasting, Ramadhan, ends. The second Eid (Eid al-Adhha) occurs on the 10th day of the last month of the Islamic calendar.
True Form:عيد مبارك
Grammar:

Meaning of eid mubarak - Islamic-Dictionary.com

Thanks ... So well defined in english and its true form ... We wish you a good celebration afestivals!!!
 

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Mimi nashauri mwaka huu mtumie "Hosni Mubarak" badala ya "Iddi Mubarak". "Iddi Mubarak" imepitwa na wakati. "Hosni Mubarak" is more trendy and up to the political times of today. "Iddi Mubarak" is a nobody lakini kila mtu anamjua "Hosni Mubarak".
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kuna watu wengine humu mijinga kweli kweli.yaani wewe kama kufundishwa bac tuanze na ushikaji wa kalamu.acha utani na dini ambayo huijuwi.
 

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Mimi nashauri mwaka huu mtumie "Hosni Mubarak" badala ya "Iddi Mubarak". "Iddi Mubarak" imepitwa na wakati. "Hosni Mubarak" is more trendy and up to the political times of today. "Iddi Mubarak" is a nobody lakini kila mtu anamjua "Hosni Mubarak".
HAhahahahahahahah Mubarak Mwishekhe!
 

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Meaning of...
Word:Eid Mubarak
Meaning:Eid Muabarak is a phrase that Muslims say to each other on Eid day, a bit like Christians would say 'Merry Christmas'. Eid Mubarak means 'Happy (day of) Celebration'.
The two annual Eids (celebrations/festivals) are the Muslim days of celebration. The first Eid (Eid al-Fitr) happens when the month of fasting, Ramadhan, ends. The second Eid (Eid al-Adhha) occurs on the 10th day of the last month of the Islamic calendar.
True Form:&#1593;&#1610;&#1583; &#1605;&#1576;&#1575;&#1585;&#1603;
Grammar:

Meaning of eid mubarak - Islamic-Dictionary.com
Na HOSNI MUBARAK tafsiri yake nini sasa?
 

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