The first fast will likely be on March 23, Saudi Astronomer

According to the World Astronomical Center, the first day of fasting will be on Thursday, March 23, in the countries that were asked to see the moon on March 21.

In a statement issued by the director of the World Astronomical Organization, Muhammad Shaukat Ouda, it has been said that several Asian countries, including Pakistan, India, Malaysia, Indonesia, Brunei, Bangladesh, Iran, Jordan, Oman, Algeria and Morocco.

Where there is an appeal to see the moon of Ramadan on Wednesday, March 22, there is a possibility that it will be difficult to see the moon, but it is also possible that the month of Sha’ban is given twenty-nine days and the moon of Ramadan is given in the mentioned countries. Chanad of Ramadan cannot be seen without binoculars.

However, in those countries where Ramadan Amalbarak is to be seen on Tuesday, March 21st, there is a possibility that the moon of Ramadan may not be visible and the month of Shaban is 30 days long in these countries.

According to this calculation, the first fast will be held on Thursday, March 23 in many countries including Saudi Arabia. Astronomer Ouda has further said that on Wednesday, March 22, the moon will be seen in the eastern region through binoculars, while in the Middle East, Eastern Europe and the continent of South Africa, the moon will be seen without binoculars.

From this point of view, the first fast in the mentioned countries will be on March 23, while in other countries it is also possible that the first fast will be on March 24.

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