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ABU DHABI: Ramadan in the UAE is likely to begin on March 23, while Eid al-Fitr falls on Friday, April 21. According to Arab media, the meeting to see the Ramadan moon will be held on March 21 in the United Arab Emirates as in Saudi Arabia, and citizens have been asked to submit testimonies in the event of moon sightings. However, the UAE Astronomical Society has made a prediction
That the first fast in the Emirates will be Thursday, March 23, while Eid al-Fitr will be Friday, April 21. The Astronomical Society of the United Arab Emirates further said that fasting in the Kingdom will last from 13 and a half hours to 14 hours and 13 minutes. Like every year in the Kingdom, this year too the fasting people have been given a 2-hour discount on their working hours, while a major reduction in the prices of 10,000 items has also been announced to celebrate the arrival of Ramadan.