The Muslim holy month instils a feeling of spirituality in the UAE. Ramadan 2022 began on April 2. Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid, Ruler of Dubai, received Ramadan greetings at the Museum of the Future. The ruler was joined by Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed, Crown Prince of Dubai, and Sheikh Maktoum bin Mohammed, Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Finance during their visit to the world’s most beautiful building. Fazza also shared Ramadan moments on social media from the Museum of Future.
.@HHShkMohd receives dignitaries and foreign investors and exchanges with them greetings on the advent of the holy month of Ramadan in presence of @HamdanMohammed and @MaktoumMohammed. pic.twitter.com/oNk1ttz8qg
— Dubai Media Office (@DXBMediaOffice) April 12, 2022
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Iftar Canons Fired At 11 Locations
Dubai Police’s iftar cannons will fire a single shot at sunset daily during the holy month of Ramadan. The canons will be fired at 11 locations including Atlantis the Palm, Burj Khalifa, Al Seef, Al Waheeda at Century Mall Dubai, and in Hatta in front of Emirates Co-operative Society and Hatta Hill Park during the holy month. In addition, Dubai Police will commission mobile canons, alternating between locations.
Ramadan 2022 In UAE Will Last For 30 Days
The Holy Month of Ramadan will most likely last 30 days, finishing on May 1 2022. May 2 marks the start of Eid Al Fitr. Muslims abstain from eating and water throughout the day. Hence school and business hours are flexible. Late-night and post-midnight prayers are held at mosques.
— UAE News (@UAENews) January 23, 2022
Fasting hours were also revealed by Ibrahim Al Jarwan. Jarwan informed Emarat Al Youm that on April 2, fasting hours will be 13 hours and 40 minutes, and 14 hours and 20 minutes by May 1. Because Eid will begin on May 2,
There Might Be Two Ramadans In 2030
Eid Al Fitr falls on the first day of Shawwal, the following month. It starts with a charitable gesture known as Zakat Al Fitr, a special morning prayer, a feast, and sweets.
If you want to look even farther into the future, Eid al Fitr will begin on December 23, 2033 (yes, 2033, we’re thinking forward), and Christmas will be on December 25, 2033 (again, 2033, we’re thinking ahead).
There will be three Eids in the year 2033 CE, which equates to 1454 to 1455 AH, according to Alhabib.info. It records the Islamic (Hijri) Calendar and compares it to the Gregorian calendar based on worldwide crescent moon sighting likelihood.