According to the two holy shrines, the moon of Muharram 1433 has not been seen in Saudi Arabia, so the first Muharram will be there on Tuesday, August 10.
Previously, the Supreme Court of Saudi Arabia had asked citizens to search for the moon.
Previously, the Department of Meteorology had predicted that the moon would not appear today. Muharram’s moon has not been seen in any country today, including Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates.
Remember that in other Islamic countries, including Saudi Arabia, the first day of the Islamic year is a public holiday.
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Remember that the new Islamic year begins with Muharram al-Haram. In some countries, the Islamic New Year is received in the traditional way after the appearance of the moon.