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The UAE announced that the first day of Eid Al Fitr will be on June 4, Tuesday.
The moon-sighting committee said that the last day of the Holy Month of Ramadan was on Monday and the first day of Shawwal will be on Tuesday.
Earlier, the Abu Dhabi Judicial Department said that the Committee is the official source of the announcement of the sighting of the moon and
urged people not to publish any news that is not from the official sources.
The Federal Authority for Government Human Resources has announced that the Eid Al Fitr holiday for federal entities in the UAE will begin on Friday, 29th Ramadan (corresponding to 22nd May) until 3rd Shawwal 1441 H, which is yet to be declared.
Saudi Arabia also confirmed that it was not possible to see the crescent of moon.
The Federal Authority for Government Human Resources has announced that Eid Al Fitr holiday for federal entities in the UAE will begin on Tuesday.
The committees said Wednesday would be 30th Ramadan.
“We will be inviting members of royal families, leading entrepreneurs from our local community so that together we can appreciate our expats and give them tribute in form of “Face of Emirates” and will celebrate together 50 Years of the Nation.”
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