First Day Of Ramadan Would Fall On June 6
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Astronomer Dr Saleh Al-Ojairi said the first day of Ramadan would fall on Monday, June 6. The fasting period will be 15 hours and 37 minutes long, and the non-fasting period would be 8 hours and 23 minutes long. Ojairi added that the Ramadan crescent would appear at 10:59 am and will still be visible for 17 minutes after sunset on Sunday, June 5. He also predicted that this year’s Ramadan would be 30 days long and that the longest day would be Wednesday, June 22.



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