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Expected: Iftar on the 17th of July

National Research Institute of Astronomy and Geophysics expect Ramadan to be 29 days this year.

Staff Writer

Expected: Iftar on the 17th of July

According to the deputy head of the National Research Institute of Astronomy and Geophysics, it is expected that Eid Al-Fitr will start from 17th of July, MENA news agency reported.

On the night of the 29th of Ramadan, they expect to see a new crescent moon that marks the end of another blissful Ramadan.

 

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