ISLAMABAD: According to astronomical data collected by Pakistan Meteorological Department, the sighting of the moon is likely to be on August 8- in effect making Eid on August 9- in Pakistan, Express News reported on Saturday.
The skies are expected to be clear on August 8 and the moon is estimated to have a life of 40 hours or more.
If Eid falls on August 9, it would make Ramazan a 29-day month.
The final and official decision on the announcement of Eid will be made by the Ruet-i-Hilal Committee.
The first fast of the month of Ramazan was observed on Thursday, July 11, 2013.
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Can't find any bashing of the religion or the country in this article. Liberals?? Just don't give up this easily. Ok I give you some ideas, probably you can have issue with the date or may be having two Eids an year, or may be one Christmas should be enough. Come on give it a try, you will be able to criticize.
What about Eid Holidays?
here's another in cameraa opportunity for masjid qasim khan clerics to create controversay at Eid's moon. Wonder where they are rest of the 11 months????
Advance EID Mubarak to World!!!