Based on the Observation of the Crescent, April 10 is Most Likely The day of Eid Al Fitr.

Based on the Observation of the Crescent, April 10 is Most Likely The day of Eid Al Fitr.

Following the absence of the crescent Moon on Monday night, Saudi Arabia has proclaimed Wednesday, April 10, to be the first day of Eid Al Fitr. Consequently, the Kingdom declared that this year’s holy month of Ramadan would last for 30 days. Previously, on the 29th of Ramadan, which falls on Monday, April 8, 2024, in the Gregorian calendar, the highest court of Saudi Arabia had urged Muslims all around the nation to see the crescent moon.

On the other hand, since Saturday and Sunday are the official weekends in the United Arab Emirates, federal employees will have a nine-day respite. Monday, April 8, is the formal start of the holiday. Employees of the government will celebrate through Sunday, April 14. On Monday, April 15, regular business hours would then start again.

Private sector workers will get an Eid break starting on Monday, April 8, and lasting until 3 Shawwal. For most workers, who typically take their weekends on Saturday and Sunday, a six-day holiday would result from Eid being announced on April 9 in the United Arab Emirates. Most private sector employees will receive a nine-day break, taking into account regular weekends, if Eid is announced on April 10.

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