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- Hidden Phase of the Moon (Mahaq)
- Why look for the moon on the 29th date and the next day?
- Hilal Sighting & Islamic Dates By Dr Salman Shaikh
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- Survey Results Regional Moon Sighting Criteria (94% Yes, 6% No)
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- Letter to Maulana Yusuf Motala Sahib, Darul Uloom Bury (2017)
- Moon Sighting Practice And Darul Uloom Bury (2017)
- Proposal for a United Eid (1439AH/2018 - 1443AH/2022)
- Significance and Virtues of Dhul Hijjah (first 10 days)
- Spot the Moon Photo Competition (from 1439/2017)
- Anonymous Membership and Donation Procedures
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- The Fallacy of 1986 Moon Sighting Meeting (at Darul-Uloom Bury)
- Ramadan Dates for Saudi Arabia and Morocco (1986 - 2019) PDF
- Ummul Qura Change Petition (2013)
Solar eclipse proves the inaccuracy of the Saudi Ummul Qura calendar
On Sunday 3rd November 2013 there was a total solar eclipse in Africa and a partial one in the Middle East, where many thousands of people witnessed the birth of the moon by the human eye, without relying on astronomical calculations. This proved beyond any doubt that the Saudi Ummul Qura calendar does not match the moon visibility, which has been falsely promoted as a religious calendar by some people in the UK and abroad due to their lack of understandings in these technical matters. [English] | [اردو] | [বাংলা] | [العربية]
See Also: The Islamic Calendar according to Muslims in the UK, by Mufti Amjad Mohammed [Read more]
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