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Asslmualalikum

 

HJC - 'Eed al-Adhaa on Wednesday 19 December 2007

 

Official Decision and Announcement of the High Judiciary Council of Saudi Arabia...

 

Just a short time ago, Fatwa-Online was informed of the official decision and announcement of the High Judiciary Council (HJC) of Saudi Arabia that since the moon of Dhul-Hijjah was sighted this evening here in Saudi Arabia, we shall be completing twenty nine (29) days of Dhul-Qi'dah, inshaa.-Allaah.

 

Subsequently, 1 Dhul-Hijjah 1428 will be tomorrow, Monday 10 December 2007, and the Muslims performing Hajj will be in 'Arafah on Tuesday 18 December 2007 (9 Dhul-Hijjah 1428), and the Muslim Ummah shall be celebrating 'Eed al-Adhaa on Wednesday 19 December 2007, (10 Dhul-Hijjah 1428), inshaa.-Allaah.

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Inshaa'Allah, Jazakaa'Allah Khayr ya akhi :sl:

 

Students break up for Winter holidays round about the 19th-20th Dec, here in the UK and I guess in the US aswell. Khayr, Inshaa'Allah :no:

 

Barak Allahu feekum

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Asalaamu Alaykum,

 

The Masjid in our area is saying its on the 20th, even though the Baker Street Masjid said the 19th, and we all live in London!!!!

 

I think this is going to be another Eid where everyone is going to celebrate it on different days... :sl:

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I don't know but I can't wait :no: :sl: iA

 

I'm in the UK, and what I do know is that my family in the States are celebrating it on the 20th iA . hmm

 

Ah it'll all be clear soon iA. :j:

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Assalamu Alaikum, In Most of the Masaajid here in Canada Eid-Ul-Adha is on Thursday the 20th of December.

 

Eid Mubarak to All of us who are here and Hajj Mabroor to all the brothers and sisters whom Allah has invited this year, ameen.

 

Assalamu Alaikum, umAhmad.

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I'm not sure, but I think Eid is going to be on the 20th in the US. Insha' Allah.

Hajj Mubarak and also Eid Mubarak to everyone in advance!

Edited by Hira (Devout)

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In UK its definately different dates.

 

Some saying its Wednesday, some saying Thursday.

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Assalamu alaykum.

 

Eid is on Friday, 21st Dec, here in India.

 

Eid mubarak.

 

shukran

Edited by ahamed_sharif

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^same in our area :sl: InshaAllah

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Have you lot not heard about this issue of Saudi Arabia paying masjids over here in London to follow whatever they do. There is this issue going on about Saudi Arabia don't even look at the moon and just following their own calenders. Last Eid when most people thought it was on Friday, the right day was actually Saturday. It was only afterwards did some of these muslims realize the right day was Saturday. There was a clear evidence that suggested and proved that Saudi Arabia could not have sighted the moon that day, i can't remember that right now but if someone does know please do add it in. And the other problem about that issue was that some felt that there was no point doing it on Saturday if all their relatives were doing it the day before because obviously they would feel left out and so on. So i think the actual day for this one if Thursday but seems like masjids around here are doing it on Wednesday based on because Saudi Arabia have said so...

 

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Actually, There are people who monitor to activities of the moon.

So called moon societies. Who actually identified that last Eid was actually on friday,

because on friday was 1st day of new lunar month.

 

But I could be wrong. Peace.

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Actually, There are people who monitor to activities of the moon.

So called moon societies. Who actually identified that last Eid was actually on friday,

because on friday was 1st day of new lunar month.

 

But I could be wrong. Peace.

 

That's what I heard/read (can't remember which one) aswel!!

 

It's really sad when your family celebrate it on different days.. thats what happened to us last Eid!!

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That's what I heard/read (can't remember which one) aswel!!

 

It's really sad when your family celebrate it on different days.. thats what happened to us last Eid!!

 

 

Our family members & friends celebrate different days aswell.

It contributes to alot of dis-unity in the muslim communities.

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just follow your local masjid eid is on friday for us

Even though the Saudi's have again, announced Dhul Hijjah a day early .....

Edited by nasihah

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Our family members & friends celebrate different days aswell.

It contributes to alot of dis-unity in the muslim communities.

 

I totally agree, last Eid people in my area started bickering about who was right and wrong.. which totally took the focus off the fact that it was the end of Ramadan and Eid!

 

Again half my family are celebrating it on two different days this Eid aswel, Khair InshaAllah everyone has a good Eid regardless and remember me in your duas!

 

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We should definately make Dua for all the muslims around the world.

We are fortunate to atleast have our families with us on Eid. Some people

are not as fortunate as us.

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Yeh sis Mehnaz, :sl: I can't wait either!

 

Eid Mubarak to all!

 

Wa alaikumus salaam

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ya in the U.S its tommorow

 

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