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Q Calendar

From Muharram through to the month of Ramadhan to Dhulhijja, observances and commemorations of calendar events are the touchstones of Muslim life. The rituals evoke history and theology, and engender feelings of joy, sorrow and introspection. The lunar month cannot be less than 29 days, nor can it be more than 30. The beginning of each lunar month is recognised […]

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    From Muharram through to the month of Ramadhan to Dhulhijja, observances and commemorations of calendar events are the touchstones of Muslim life. The rituals evoke history and theology, and engender feelings of joy, sorrow and introspection. The lunar month cannot be less than 29 days, nor can it be more than 30. The beginning of each lunar month is recognised by the sighting of the new moon, the crescent ...!

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