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January 25, 2015 (Sunday)
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"Memoirs of Prophet Muhammad's Life" written by Khalid Shaukat presents the dates in the Christian calendar for important events in Prophet's life, such as his birth, Me'raj, hijra to Medinah, battles of Badr, Uhad, and his death. Dates are calculated for visibility of new crescent moon in the Christian calendar. It is proven that 12th Rabi al-Awwal (Monday) is the correct date for ALL THREE EVENTS, the Prophet's birth, his arrival in Medinah, and his death. A copy of the manuscript can be sent by postage mail, for cost of xeroxing and mailing. Request by clicking on:
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Muslims in India celebrated Eid-al-Adha 1435 on four different days, October 4, 5, 6, 7, 2014.

Muslims around the world started Ramadan 1426 on five different days, October 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 2005.

We witness this mess all along. Every body thinks he is right. No body cares to find a solution.

The earliest reported sighting of the new crescent was on January 21, 2015 from Colombo, Sri Lanka.
Moon Visibility

Explanation of Hadith, "soomu li-ru'yatihi ..."
"(Fast to its sighting ...)" and its Wrong Interpretation

Month is 29 days (Hadith)
Javed Ghamidi explains Explanation in Urdu about famous Hadith: "Fast to its sighting and Iftaar to its sighting........."
With a powerful telescope and a double field-flattener binoculars you'll be able to see quite distant images in the skies.
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