Muslims around the world are preparing to see the crescent moon to embrace the month of Shawwal on Eid-ul-Fitr or Eid-al-Fitr. The ninth month on the Islamic Lunar calendar is Ramadan and the tenth is Shawwal whose first day is marked as Eid-ul-Fitr worldwide.
While the West traditionally follows the Gregorian calendar, the Islamic calendar is a month which means it is based on the view of the crèche moon. Every year, Eid-ul-Fitr occurs about 10-11 days in advance depending on when the moon is seen as the lunar months are shorter than the lunar months and therefore vary from country to day by day.
NEWS | ‘Crescent not Sighted, Eid Al Fitr on Thursday’
Read further: https://t.co/4xIMrJTnsv pic.twitter.com/W9n2mg8orV
— Haramain Sharifain (@hsharifain) May 11, 2021
According to Haramain Sharifain
Eid Day in Afghanistan 2021 is 13 May
Saudi Arabia’s Supreme Court is summoning Muslims in the UAE, Qatar and other Arab provinces to see the leading month of Shawwal on Tuesday evening, May 11, 2021, marking Eid-ul-Fitr and the end of Ramadan 2021.