Eid ul Adha: Zil Hajj moon will sighted in Saudi Arabia today

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On Wednesday, an official from the Saudi Arabian Ministry of Interior announced that the crescent moon would be visible today to mark the beginning of the month of Zil Hajj.

According to the statement issued by the Supreme Court on Wednesday, residents of the kingdom should observe the sighting of the moon on June 6 in the evening.

There is no requirement to use binoculars in order to sight the wildlife, the publication further noted.

As soon as those who see the crescent moon report their sighting to the nearest court and tell them what they saw, their testimony will be recorded.

As reported by the Saudi Press Agency, the Supreme Court expressed its hope that those who are capable of observing the crescent moon in different regions would join committees formed to assist Muslims in witnessing the crescent moon and take part in these efforts which will benefit all Muslims.

According to the Ruet-e-Hilal Committee of the Central Ruet-e-Hilal Committee, the Zil Hajj moon is expected to be seen on Friday, June 7th, in Pakistan.

On June 6, at 5:38 p.m., the Zil Hajj moon will be born.

According to him, “there is a good chance that the moon will be seen on June 7 due to the fact that by then, it will be longer than 26 hours,” he explained.

Once the moon has been spotted, it will subsequently be used to help determine the date for Eid ul Adha, which is expected to take place on June 17 of this year.

Timenews1 provided that information.

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