Zilhajj moon did not sighted, Saudi Arabia celebrate the Eid-ul-Azha on 20 July

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Bangladesh celebrates both Eids in Saudi Arabia normally one day after they are honored.

A hollow moon in Zilhajj’s month, according to the Saudi official Twitter government account, will be held in Saudi Arabia on 20 July, as the hollow moons of Zelhajh were not sighted in the kingdom on Friday.

Thus on July 11, Zilhajj’s debut day, while on June 10, Zul Qaada’s last day, the Khaleej Times reported that SPAregions tweeted.

The day of Hajj and Eid-ul-Ajah, held on the 10th month of the Islamic calendar, is determined by the sighting of the crowning moon.

On 19 July this year the Day of Arafat will fall.

The Saudi Supreme Court had previously asked Muslims in the Kingdom on Friday to attempt to see Zilhajj crescent.

The day after the main Islamic religious celebrations in Saudi Arabia, Bangladesh customarily held both Eid-ul-Fitr and Eid-ul-Azha.

No Bangladeshi will this year be able to participate Hajj, since Saudi governments banished foreign pilgrims last month.

On 12 June Saudi Arabia declared that, when no foreign pilgrim is allowed to undertake an annual rite, 60,000 Kingdom citizens immunized will be allowed to perform Hajj this year.

The kingdom will be hosting a reduced range of hajj in the middle of a coronavirus pandemic for the second year consecutively.

The hajj – a must-do for capable Muslims at least once in their lives – generally packed into congested religious sites millions of pilgrims, which might be a major source of disease.

Last year there were only 10,000 Muslims, far from the 2.5 million who attended the 2019 Annual Five-Day Pilgrimage.

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