Saudi scientist determines the number of days of the current month of Ramadan

Sheikh Abdullah bin Munea, a member of the Council of Senior Scholars in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, confirmed that Ramadan this year will be full, 30 days.
According to the Saudi “Sabq” website, Sheikh Abdullah bin Munea confirmed that the month of Ramadan will be 30 days in full, due to the setting of the crescent 13 minutes before sunset, and his birth after sunset, specifically at 9.59 pm.
A member of the Council of Senior Scholars explained by saying: “Ramadan this year is proven to be legal on Tuesday, April 13,” stressing that it will be complete because the birth of the month of Shawwal will be on the evening of Tuesday 29 Ramadan at 9.59 minutes, pointing out that the sun of this day sets after sunset at 6.51 One minute, and the moon sets before it, precisely at 6.38.
He said: “Wednesday night is the night of the last day of Ramadan, and Wednesday is the thirtieth day that completes Ramadan, so Thursday, May 13, is the first day of the month of Shawwal, which is Eid al-Fitr.”

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