Ramadan 2023 Moon Sighted In Saudi Arabia, Ramadan To Start From March 23


Ramadan 2023 Moon not Sighted In Saudi Arabia, the first Ramadan will be on Thursday, March 23, 2023. Ramadan Kareem!

In a major development, it has been reported that the crescent for the holy month of Ramadan 1444 was not sighted in Saudi Arabia today. This news has come as a surprise to many and has significant implications for the Muslim world.

According to reports, Thursday 23rd March 2023 will now be observed as the first day of Ramadan 1444. This means that Taraweeh prayers will commence in Masjid al-Haram and Masjid al-Nabawi from tomorrow.

The news of the non-sighting of the crescent has caused quite a stir among the Muslim community, as it is a crucial aspect of determining the start of the holy month. Many are now preparing for the start of Ramadan, and are eagerly anticipating the first day of fasting.

This development also serves as a reminder of the importance of unity within the Muslim community, as the sighting of the crescent is often a controversial and divisive issue. It is hoped that this news will bring about a sense of harmony and togetherness among Muslims around the world.

As we prepare to embark on this holy month, let us remember the true spirit of Ramadan – that of compassion, generosity, and kindness toward others. May this month bring blessings and peace to all.

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