When is the Eid al-Fitr 2022 moon sighting – key date explained

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Consequently, Muslims use the monthly cycles of the Moon’s phases to determine when Ramadan begins and ends.

For 2022 Ramadan started on April 2 and the latest moon sighting calculations predict that Eid al-Fitr will be celebrated on Monday, May 2.

But, there is an outside chance the crescent moon could be sighted on Sunday, May 1.

Typically, Ramadan lasts for between 29 and 30 days each year.



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