In Pakistan, 29th of dhul qadah is on Monday and Zil-Hajj moon 1444 sighting in Pakistan will be observed on Monday, June 19, 2023. In these countries, the moon will be visible on Monday, June 19, and the first Dhul-Hajj will be on Tuesday, June 20. Thus, Eid-ul-Adha will be on Thursday, June 29. A meeting of the Central Riwat-e-Hilal Committee will be held in Karachi today to see the Zil-Hajj moon. The Meteorological Department’s Climate Data Processing Center has predicted the sighting of the Dhul-Hajj moon.
Zil Hajj Moon 2023 Sighting in Pakistan
The Zil Hajj moon 1444 is likely to be sighted on June 19, 2023 in Pakistan. Eid al-Adha 2023 in Saudi Arabia is expected to fall on Wednesday, June 28. Egypt’s National Institute for Astronomical and Geophysical Research has revealed the possibility of Eid al-Adha in Egypt on Wednesday, June 28. Chairman of the Central Sighting of the Crescent Committee Maulana Abdul Khabir Azad will preside over the meeting.
If the Zil-Hajj moon is sighted today, Eid-ul-Adha will be on Thursday, June 29, and if the moon is not sighted and the month of Dhu-Qaad is 30 days long, then Eid-ul-Adha will be on Friday, June 30.
According to the Center for Astronomy, the crescent moon that marks the beginning of the Islamic month of Dhul-Hijjah was not sighted in the Autonomous State of Brunei on Sunday, so the first day of Eid al-Adha will be celebrated in Brunei on Thursday, June 29. The day of Arafah, which is considered the holiest day in Islam, will take place on Wednesday, June 28. Today, the moon of Zil Hajj is being seen in many countries of the world, however, the moon was not seen in Indonesia and Malaysia.
Many countries rely on sightings of the moon to determine the beginning of the month of Dhu al-Hijjah and the celebration of Eid al-Adha. They follow their own sighting committees or organizations that are responsible for verifying the sighting of the crescent moon in their respective countries. These countries include Malaysia, Indonesia, India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Iran, Sultanate of Oman, Sultanate of Morocco, Mauritania and Turkey and most non-Islamic countries in Africa.
According to the Emirates Astronomy Center, it is not possible to see the moon on Sunday, June 18. It is expected that many countries will announce the 1st of Zul-Hijjah on Tuesday, June 20 and Eid-ul-Adha on Thursday, June 29.
According to the Clement Data Processing Center, Eid-ul-Adha is likely to be on Thursday, June 29, and 1st of Dhul-Hijj is likely to be on June 20. The moon of Dhul-Hijj is likely to be sighted on Monday, June 19, on Monday, 29th Ziqaad. At 37 minutes, the forecast is likely to be partly clear and partly cloudy in most parts of the country.