Saudi astronomers calculate Eid Al Fitr to begin on Sunday

Saudi astronomers calculate Eid Al Fitr to begin on Sunday
Saudi astronomers calculate Eid Al Fitr to begin on Sunday

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Hind Al Soulia - Riyadh - Ramadan lights on the Corniche in Abu Dhabi. Victor Besa / The National

The sun sets behind Al Rustmani Mosque in Jebel Ali on the day before Ramadan, . Chris Whiteoak / The National

Ramadan lights in the Greens Community in Dubai. Antonie Robertson/The National

The sun rises over Al Farooq Omar Bin Al Khattab Mosque on the first morning of Ramadan. Mosques remain closed due to Covid-19, Dubai. Chris Whiteoak / The National

Ramadan decorations on the Corniche. Abu Dhabi. Chris Whiteoak / The National

Ramadan decorations on the Corniche. Abu Dhabi. Chris Whiteoak / The National

Ramadan decorations on the Corniche. Abu Dhabi. Chris Whiteoak / The National

An evening with the Abu Dhabi Civil Defence. Chris Whiteoak / The National

Ramadan decorations on Sheikh Maktoum Bin Rashid street in Ajman. Pawan Singh / The National

Pre-Ramadan at the Public Slaughter House in Mina Zayed. Victor Besa / The National

The installed Ramadan lights on the Corniche. Victor Besa / The National

First day of Ramadan. A canon is fired to mark the beginning of iftar at the Umm Al Emarat Park, Abu Dhabi. Victor Besa / The National

A Moreish Sweets saleswoman with some Ramadan sweets at the Al Raha Mall reopening during the Covid-19 pandemic. Victor Besa / The National

People line up in Bur Dubai to receive an iftar package from volunteers of the Kerala NGO Markaz. Reem Mohammed/The National:

The Imam of Port Saeed Masjid in Al Muraqqabat calls the Maghreb prayer. Reem Mohammed/The National

Workers queue for free iftar meals at Dubai Investment Park. Reem Mohammed / The National

Volunteers at the iftar distribution in Dubai Investment Park, inside a small mosque, pick up their iftars. Reem Mohammed/The National

Ramadan decor inside the Al Fateh Plaza shop at the Dhow Harbor and Al Mina Souk. Victor Besa / The National

The Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque without Ramadan visitors during the Coronavirus pandemic. Victor Besa / The National

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