The first fast is expected to take place on April 13 in most countries of the world.
According to the Emirati newspaper, the International Astronomical Center of the United Arab Emirates has predicted that the first fast is likely to take place on April 13 in most countries of the world.
According to the International Astronomical Center, the moon of Ramadan will not be visible anywhere on Sunday, April 11, and the month of Sha’ban will be 30 days long, while the moon will be visible through a telescope on Monday, April 12.
According to experts, the month of Sha’ban has started on March 15, 2021 in most Muslim countries. In this context, most Muslim countries will try to see the moon of Ramadan 29 Sha’ban on Monday, April 12 and the moon will appear on Monday in different places in the Muslim world. Ramadan is likely to begin on Tuesday, April 13.