Hajj and Eid Dates announced by Saudi Arabia for the year 2020/1441. The Eid this year will not be the same but we can always celebrate this cautiously. Hajj also is only allowed for limited people who have already started isolating and preparation to start their journey.
Hajj and Eid Dates announced by Saudi Arabia
The experts today started the moon sighting as per the order of the Supreme Court of Saudi Arabia. The date suggested was 20th July 2020, Monday. As expected by the astronomical experts, the Arafat day will stand next Thursday, 30th July. The Eid Ul Adha’s first day will be celebrated on 31st July 2020, Friday.
It is not possible to see the crescent of the month of Dhu al-Hijjah at the Tamir Observatory, and tomorrow is the complement to the month, and on Friday after the next, the first day of Eid al-Adha.
عاجل..— أخبار السعودية (@SaudiNews50) July 20, 2020
تعذر رؤية هلال شهر ذي الحجة في مرصد تمير ، وغداً هو المكمل للشهر ، ويوم الجمعة بعد القادم أول أيام عيد الأضحى.
It is suggested to use proper hygiene and extra care during this blessed time. Prayers will be allowed for Eid but in selective mosques which are prepared for the Coronavirus. A video below mentions details about that.
Watch how generous Ramadan in Madinah was in 2019. Hopefully, we will be able to do Iftar like this again next year.
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