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Why Ramadan Starts on a Different Day Every Year

Why Ramadan Starts on a Different Day Every Year

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Different Days Of Celebration Each Year

Ramadan comes at a different time every year because it is the ninth month of the Islamic calendar, a date-keeping system based on lunar cycles, unlike the Gregorian calendar (the one used by most of the world, including the U.S.), which is based on the solar year

Different communities follow different protocols for determining when a new month begins. Some communities follow a set lunar calendar, others use scientific observations to make an official decree about the arrival of a new moon, and still, others mark a new month only after the actual sighting ...

How Ramadan Is Celebrated

The month-long holiday is observed principally in Muslim-majority countries in Africa and Asia but also by the believers around the world, including the roughly 3.3 million Muslims living in the U.S. During Ramadan, from sunrise to sunset, observant Muslims (with some exceptions, mostly health re...

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