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Dhu l-Hidjdja 9 We: Once the moon is sighted, the new month commences.
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Muharram 10 Sa: Disclaimer All information on IslamicFinder. Djumada l-Ula 16 Sa: Know your Hijri dates!
October 1 Sa: Safar 5 Sa: Ramadan 2 Calencar Shaban 31 Su: Ramadan 31 We: Know that intercalation nasi is an addition to disbelief. Rabi al-Akhir 3 Su: This interpretation was first proposed by the medieval Muslim astrologer and astronomer Abu Ma’shar al-Balkhiand later by al-Biruni  al-Mas’udiand some Western scholars.
Djumada l-Ula 14 Th: Ramadan 13 Sa: Ramadan 26 Fr: Muharram 6 Tu: This is frequently made official, with many Muslim countries adopting Friday and Saturday e. Muharram 5 Mo: You can convert Hijri dates to Gregorian and vice versa and change Hijri date settings to adjust and customize your calendar within a few clicks.
Djumada l-Ula 15 Fr: Also means to graze, because cattle were grazed during this month. Babylonian astronomy Egyptian astronomy Hellenistic astronomy Indian astronomy.
Dhu l-Hidjdja 15 Ilamic Shawwal 3 Sa: The Arabs, according to one explanation mentioned by Abu Ma’shar, learned of this type of intercalation from the Jews.
Those who disbelieve are led to error thereby, making it lawful in one year and forbidden in another in order to adjust the number of the months made sacred by God and make the sacred ones permissible.
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Rabi al-Awwal 19 Sa: Dhu l-Kada 3 Mo: Rabi al-Awwal 4 Fr: Djumada l-Akhira 3 Fr: Ramadan 18 Th: Ramadan 27 Sa: Among these twelve months four are sacred, namely, Rajab, which stands alone, and three others which are consecutive.
Ramadan 8 Mo: Shaban 17 Su: Muharram 4 Tu: In this calendar system, lunar months begin precisely at the time of the monthly “conjunction”, when the Moon is located most directly between the Earth and the Sun.
Radjab 14 Tu: