Eid Al Fitr And Shaban Announced Astronomically In The UAE
After 30 days of fasting, Muslims all around the world celebrate Eid Al Fitr. Translated as “the feast of fast-breaking,” it commemorates the end of the holy month of Ramadan.
The Emirates Astronomy Society announced that the first full moon of Ramadan is on April 7
The sighting of the full moon marks the first day of Eid Al Fitr on April 21 astronomically
— UAE BARQ (@UAE_BARQ_EN) April 3, 2023
If you’re a careful driver who sticks to the speed limit on highways and major roads, then you’re safe. However, if you’re a driver who has a tendency of going 100 km/h on the left lane, then this new AED400 fine announcement is here to warn you.
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