Moonsighting for Ramadan 1432
Official statements issued Saturday in Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Lebanon, Syria, the United Arab Emirates, Jordan, Kuwait, Qatar and Yemen said the holy month will start Monday, August 1.
Hilal Committee of Federation of Islamic Association of New Zealand (FIANZ) has announced that the new moon for Ramadhan has been sighted on July 31. Therefore, tomorrow (Monday, 1 August 2011) will be the 1st of Ramadhan 1432H.
This sighting is definitely a mistaken sighting as analyzed by moonsighting.com. Our reason to discard that sighting claim is that Australia (a huge continent) did not see it in clear skies. If it was seen in New Zealand then it should have been seen in Australia. There are hundreds and thousands of observers in Australia.
Moonsighting for Ramadan 1432
The Astronomical New Moon is on July 30, 2011 (Saturday) at 18:40 UT. On July 30, it can not be seen anywhere in the world. On Sunday, July 31, 2011, it can be easily seen in Southern Africa and South America, but with difficulty in Central Africa. On August 1, it can be easily seen everywhere except Northern Europe (See visibility curves).
The earliest sighting of the new crescent is reported on Sunday, July 31, from South Africa.
Saturday, 30 July 2011:
- Not Seen: Molvi Yakub Ahmed Miftahi from UK reported:
On July 30, the Ramadhan 1432 Moon was not sighted here in the UK nor at Saudi Arabia, therefore Central Moonsighting Committee of Great Britain (Hizbul Ulama UK, Darul Ulooom Bury, Jamiatul Ulama Britain) are pleased to announce that Ramadan 1432h begins on the evening of Sunday 31st July 2011, first day of fasting is August 1.
We would also like to take this opportunity to wish all Muslims in the UK and around the world a blessed and fulfilling Ramadhan and may all your prayers be accepted. It is also a time to reflect upon the suffering of people around the world.
Sunday, 31 July 2011:
- Not Seen: Engr Manzoor A Mian (MCW member) from Melbourne, VIC reported:
Just to inform you that Ramadan Crescent has not been sighted today 31/7/11 Sunday so far in Sydeny, Brisban, Melbourne, Hobert Australian cities, We are still waiting Darwan and Perth results which will be availabe IA in 2.5 hr. Hence Ramadan is not yet announed in Australia according to moonsighting.
- Not Seen: Zahid Hafeez (MCW member) from Adelaide, ACT reported:
The hilal for Ramadan was not sighted in Adelaide (AU) on Sunday evening, July 31 for two reasons: there was over 50% cloud cover at the horizon and the moon was only 13 hours old, which is too young to be sighted with the naked eye. An attempt was made with binoculars from Mt. Lofty from sunset time to moonset but without success.
- Not Seen: Habeeb Mohamed-Hussain (MCW member) from Gold Coast, QL reported:
On July 31, a group of six people went to sight the moon at Mount Tamborine Gold Coast. East Coast, Australia. It was clear sky. Not sighted in Gold Coast, Brisbane. The moon was about 8 deg above the horizon while sun was one deg above the horizon as per sun n moon I phone application. It is confirmed that moon was not seen anywhere in Australia and fasting will starts Tuesday the 2nd August 2011.
- Not Seen: Dr. Shabbir Ahmed (MCW member) Imam of Rooty Hill Mosque Sydney, NSW reported:
The Hilaal of Ramadaan 1432 has not been sighted anywhere in Australia. Therefore, the Hilaal Committee and Majlisul Ulamaa’ of Australia have declared that the month of Ramadaan 1432 will start from Tuesday 2nd of August 2011.
- Not Seen: Dr. Mohammed Hussain Ahmad (MCW member) from Brunei Darussalam reported:
The new moon was not sighted in Brunei Darussalam today 31st July 2011,
Therefore the 1st Ramadan 1432 will start on Tuesday, 2nd August 2011.
- Not Seen: Baig Muhammad Tamachi (MCW member) from Peterborough Ontario reported:
I attempted to look for hilal this evening between 8:23 and 9:15 pm but I was not successful in finding the moon, becasue of clouds in the south-west horizon. However I am glad to note that the hilal comitee of Tornoto has confirmed the sighting of the crescent moon through its membership in Guayna. And it has been declared that the !st of Ramadan will start tomorrow (August 1 2011).
- Seen: Muhammad Sohail (MCW member) from Iquique reported:
In chile iquique the moon for Ramazan sighted on Sunday. So 1st of August 2011 is the beginning of holy month.
- Not Seen: Dr. Musa·Minhai (MCW member) from Linxia Gansu Province reported:
The hilal for Ramadan was not sighted by the naked eye at Linxia city from China on Sunday, 31 July 2011. there was over 30% cloud cover at the horizon.
- Dominican Republic:
- Not Seen: Ahmad Abdul Haqq (MCW member) from Santo Domingo reported:
The moon was not sighted in Dominican Republic, reports came in from Santo Domingo (South Central Region of the Country), Higuey (East Coast) by 3 Muslims of EID (Dominican Islamic Entity), the sky had patches of clouds coming in from the East, though there was an opening to the West but the moon was not visible. We coordinated from 19:00 hrs (7 PM) to 19:30 hrs. (GMT-04:00). We add 30 days to Sha'ban to begin the 1st Ramadan, 1432H on Tuesday the 2nd of August, 2011.
- Updated Report, Seen Elsewhere: Ahmad Abdul Haqq (MCW member) from Santo Domingo reported:
The Dominican Republic, though we could not see the moon on July 31, all organizations [CIRD (Circulo Islámico de la Republica Dominicana/Islamic Circle of the Dominican Republic) & EID (Entidad Islámica Dominicana/Dominican Islamic Entity)] have decided to start Ramadan today August 1 after various confirmations of moon sightings from other Muslim organizations in countries nearby, Haiti, Trinidad & Tobago, Guyana, and a confirmation received from Texas in the USA.
- Seen: Haseeb Khan of Guyana Islamic Trust, reported:
On July 31, the moon has been sighted in Guyana in the Port Kaituma area.
- Not Seen: Ahmad I. Adjie (MCW member) from Bandung reported:
I, Ahmad Adjie and team - Thoriq Gunara, Ridwan and Zahrah, from Bandung, Indonesia reports that today, Sunday 31 July 2011 Hilal was NOT SEEN in the northern hills of Bandung. There were patches of clouds but it would not have interfered with sighting.
- Not Seen: Hussain Khushaish (MCW member) from Kuwait reported:
In Kuwait on Sunday 31 July 2011 I could not see the crescent even with 20*60 binocular as expected due to the low hieght and less lag of the crescent, the western horizon was hazy last 3 degrees.
- Not Seen: Zaki Afifi (MCW member) from Seremban reported:
Attempted sighting on Sunday 31st July, in Seremban Malaysia. Location was not strategic and obstructed. Sighting as an act of taabbud. Hilal not sighted but the government has announced first day of fasting on Monday.
- Not Seen: Firdaus Mazlan (MCW member) from Johor Bahru reported:
On Sunday, 31th July 2011 M equal to 29 Sya’ban 1432 H, I with my friend (around 30 people) cannot see the new moon either with telescope or with naked eye. Our location at Baitul Hilal, Teluk Kemang, Negeri Sembilan, Malaysia (02:26:43.0 N , 101:51:16.0 E). My friends from other places like Muar (02:03:0 N , 102:34:0 E), Pontian Kechil (1:29:20.68 N , 103:23:08.60 E), Johor Bahru (1:38:0 N , 103:40:0 E), Kota Tinggi (01:44:0 N , 103:53:0 E) and Melaka (02:15:0 N , 102:15:0 E) also cannot see the new moon.
However, our Government have announced the first Ramadan 1432 H on 1st August 2011 (Monday).
- Not Seen: Goolam Tegally (MCW member) from Port Louis reported:
Hilal was not sighted this evening (7/31/2011) here in Mauritius. Conditions were far from perfect for viewing; sky was partly cloudy. Hence we complete 30 days and our 1st Ramadhan will be Tuesday 2nd August.
- Not Seen: Ehsan H. Hajar (MCW member) from Casablanca reported:
On July 31 evening unfortunately the meteorological condition in Casablanca were not favorable to sight a thin cresent during the 21 min or so duration after Sunset. As usual the western horizon was obscured with thin stratus clouds and water vapor up to 30 degrees high. I tried also to check the Habous site with no Vail.
I will let you know of positive announcement if announced at a later hours due to any sighting reports from southern regions
- Seen: Azgar Suleman (MCW member) from Walvis Bay reported:
The moon was sighted in Walvis Bay just after Maghrib Salaah for a few minutes.
Skies were clear but horizon was hazy with orange/red skyline.
- 30 days complete: Lawal Bello from Abuja reported:
On Saturday 30th July 2011, in Abuja, Nigeria the sky was cloudy but clear enough to see the moon if it appears. Till the end of the evening by 7:15 pm local time, the moon could not be sighted. Later in the night, the Islamic authority under the Sultan Of Sokoto the authorized muslim leader in the country announced that the moon could not be sighted, but 30 days are completed. Therefore the official fasting day will be Monday 1st August 2011.
- Not Seen: Sheik A.A. Ishola (MCW member) from Ikorodu, Lagos reported:
We tried to look for ramadan crescent today 31-7-11 at jubilee estate area of ikorodu but was not seen due to total cloud of wester horizon. Same Report from kaduna, Maiduguri, Ilorin. Some of our member with telescope and binoluer were unable to sight it too at leventis marina. kudos to sulton of sokoto, who had courage to rejected the false sighting yesterday when even the moon is still in the east. We appreciates all truth knowledge lovers especially leage Imams and alfas of south west for their scholatic understanding.
- Seen: Saleh Bhai Bhattay (MCW member) from Panama City reported:
In Panama the moon was seen. Augist 1 will be the first day of fasting. Ramadan Mubarak
- Not Seen: Abdul Jalil Rayhan (MCW member) from Cotabato reported:
We have not sighted the crescent moon despite clear horizon.
- Saudi Arabia:
- 30 days complete: Mrs. Lubna Shawly (MCW member) from Jiddah reported:
Saudi Arabia has declared in its courts that the new moon was not seen in many regions of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, and that Sha'ban for the year will complete 30 days, and the first day of Ramadan will be corresponding to Monday the 1st of August 2011.
Ramadan Mubarak to all ...
- Official Announcement:
The Union of Islamic Communities of Spain (UCIDE), announces to all Muslims that tomorrow, July 31, 2011, is the last day of Shaban, and the first day of the blessed month of Ramadan 1432, Monday, will be the 1st August 2011.
The UCIDE, take this opportunity to congratulate the Spanish Muslims and Muslims around the world, we beseech the Almighty to help us to fast and pray its days and nights in order to achieve the satisfaction of Allah. Ramadan Mubarak.
- South Africa:
- Seen: Rashid Motala (MCW member) from Durban reported:
The Hilaal was sighted in many places in S. Africa on July 31, Sunday. Ramadaan Mubaruk to all.
Allah Most High will most certainly shower His abundant Mercy and Blessings on the Ummah this month. May we all benefit to the maximum. Ameen.
- Seen: Dr. Abdurrazak Ebrahim (MCW member) from Cape Town reported:
The Ramadaan was easily visible to the naked-eye here in Cape Town on this Sunday evening (31 July 2011 and the end of the 29 Shabaan 1432 AH). The official first day of Ramadaan will correspond with Monday, 1 August 2011, in Southern Africa.
Wishing all of you and your families and friends a Blessed Ramadaan.
- Seen: Ammar Tahir (MCW member) from Cape Town reported:
On July 31, I along with 4 other Muslim Malaysians were waiting for the new Hilal of Ramadhan and all of us witness the Hilal clearly with our naked eyes at about 6:40 pm (sunset was 6.06 pm). We were standing in front of the lighthouse at Mouille Point, Cape Town. We left the location at about 6:50 pm to head home to do Maghrib. When we left, the crescent was still clearly visible in the sky. Even some non-Muslims were pointing towards it and admiring its beauty and clarity.
- Sri Lanka:
- Not Seen: Nular Bary (MCW member) from Colombo reported:
Today 28th Sha'ban 1432H (31/07/2011) in Sri Lanka no one have sighted the New Moon of Ramadan. I myself tried to sight the New Moon just after maghrib (6:31pm) till 7:30pm; moving clouds were at the western sky and no sign of a Hilal. "Inshaallah" I'll try tomorrow again.
- Seen: Hamza Rijal (MCW member) from Tiny Island of Zanzibar reported:
Ramadhan Mubarak, in tiny island of Zanzibar Hilal has been sighted in two places in the urban region as well as in the southern part of the island. 1st August is the first day of Ramadhan for the all East African states, Alhamdulillah.
- Not Seen: Mohammad Ali Javed (MCW Member) from Luton, Bedfordshire reported:
On Sunday 31st July 2011, the new crescent was not sighted in Luton due to partial clouds, all the Masjids in Luton have confirmed the 1st day of Ramadan 1432 to be on Monday 1st August 2011. Also, the Hizbul Ulama UK, Jamia-ul-Ulama Britain and Darul Uloom Bury are pleased to announce that Ramadan 1432 begins on the evening of Sunday 31st July 2011, first day of fasting is 1st August 2011.
- Not Seen: Aziz Raje (MCW member) from Ilford Essex reported:
Many of my Friends and colleagues made an attempt to sight the Hilal in the UK ON July 31, but they were not successful.
However we have received confirmation from Jamiatul Ulama of South Africa that in Durban and many other
places, they have witnessed the Hilal of Ramadhan. Wifaqul Ulama have therefore decided that we will commence the Month of Ramadhan 1432 in the UK from Monday 1st August 2011 Insha Allah.
- Not Seen in UK, but seen Elsewhere: Qamar Uddin (MCW member) from York reported:
On Sunday 31 July 2011 (29 Shaban 1432 AH) many people from throughout UK have attempted to sight the crescent moon (Hilal) of Ramadan after sunset. None of the groups were able to sight the Hilal, as most places were cloudy. However, we have received verified/reliable (Muhaqaq-Ruyat-Basari) sighting reports from South Africa that the Hilal has been sighted in may places. Therefore, the Wifaq/Batley Ulama have decided that the month of Shaban 1432 AH will have 29 days and the month of Ramadan 1432 AH will start from Monday 1 August 2011 (i.e. tarawih prayer from tonight, 31 July 2011), Insha-Allah. The York group of observers included Maulana Imran Lunat and Vasiullah Bodiyat from Batley, plus Qamar Uddin and three astronomers from York Astronomical Society.
- Not Seen: Javad Torabinejad (MCW member) from Blacksburg VA reported:
This evening (Sunday, July 31, 2011), the crescent moon of Ramadan was not sighted in Blacksburg, VA. I arrived at our sighting location before sunset (sunset: 8:30 pm EDT) and started scanning the mostly cloudy and hazy western horizon, using binoculars (7X50 and 10X50). I stayed there till 8:45 (moonset: 8:55 pm). At 8:35 pm, the temperature, dew point, relative humidity, and pressure were 77.0 F, 73.4 F, 89%, and 30.15 in, respectively.
- Seen: Javad Torabinejad (MCW member) reported sighting by his son and daughter, from Loma Linda, CA:
This evening (Sunday, July 31, 2011), the crescent moon of Ramadan was sighted in Loma Linda, CA (Lat: 34° 2' 53" N, Lng: 117° 15' 37" W, and elevation: 354 meter). My son and daughter arrived at their sighting location at 7:59 pm (sunset: 7:50 pm PDT). The western horizon was hazy. Using a pair of binoculars (7X50), my son sighted the crescent at 8:08 pm (my daughter sighted the moon at 8:09, using the same pair of binoculars). The crescent elevation was about 3 degrees. The horns were at 1:00 and 5:30 O'clock (1:00;3:30;5:30). The moon was not sighted by naked eye, however. At 7:50 pm, the temperature, dew point temperature, relative humidity, and pressure were 82.4 F, 60.8 F, 48%, and 29.90 in, respectively.
- Not Seen: Qazi Azam (MCW member) from New Haven, CT reported:
Moon was not seen in Connecticut USA today. Sunset in New Haven was at 8:10pm and moonset was at 8:28pm. there were 18 minutes to observe moon but we could not see the moon. More than 19 persons went with us to observe Ramadan Moon. All of them pray five times. We went to Fort Nathan Hale Park, Located in New Haven, CT. The horizon was clear at first then clouds covered the horizon.
- Not Seen: Omer Subhani (MCW member) from Fort Lauderdale FL reported:
We did not see the moon in South Florida. Visibility was obscured due to clouds. However, most masajid here are beginning Ramadan on Monday, August 1.
- Not Seen: Hamid Quraishi (MCW member) from Winona MN reported:
On Sunday, July 31, 2011, I could not see the moon in Winona, MN, USA. Skies were clear. I tried to look from 8:00 pm to 9:30 pm, but could not see the moon.
- Seen: John Caldwell (MCW member) from McDonald Observatory, TX reported:
On July 31, sunset 20:51; moonset 21:26; clear but haze bands.
Saw with binoculars from 20:57 onwards. Saw with naked eye from 21:06 onwards.
- Not Seen: Mohammad Al-Bedaiwi (MCW member) from Austin TX reported:
Attempted sighting the moon today in Austin Texas, but I could not see it.
- Not Seen: Mohammad Majibur Rahman (MCW member) from Houston TX reported:
We ( Houston Muslim people) tried to search the moon on 31st July 2011 Sunday evening but the creascent moon is not seen with bare eyes. The sky was clear.
- Not Seen: Mirza Shahid Basravi (MCW member) from Irvine CA reported:
On Sunday, July 31, 2011, I was unable to sight the new Moon in Irvine, CA. I went to my usual spot before Sunset, at 7:45pm and was their till 8:30pm well past the local Moon Set time. I used two binoculars, 7 x 35 and 20 x 50. There were several strips of clouds and a stong haze in the lower horizon. I continued to search in the gaps between the cloud strips with the 20 x 50 but was not able to site the crescent.
- Not Seen: Mohammed Yahya Shaikh (MCW member) from Culver City CA reported:
I attempted to sight the hilal for Ramadhan from my place of residence in Anaheim CA on July 31 st 2011 from 7:55 PM to 8:15 PM. I was not able to sight the hilal nor was my uncle who attempted to sight from Rosemead CA. There were patches of thick grey cloud hugging the lower horizon where the moon was most like to be visible.
Monday, 1 August 2011:
- Seen: Engr. Azizul Huq (MCW member) from Dhaka reported:
Today 1st August National TV announced the sighting of Crescent moon in Bangladesh sky. So from 2nd August the month of Ramadan will be started in Bangladesh. But due to partial cloud in Western sky I could not observe the moon even with Binoculars.
- Fiji Islands:
- Seen: M Shamim Ali (MCW member) from Samabula Suva reported:
New Moon has been SIGHTED in various parts of Fiji Islands, therefore FASTING (ROZA) for the month of Ramadhan 2011 will Insha Allah Commence from TUESDAY 2ND AUGUST, 2011.
- Not Seen: Jens Sauer (MCW member) from Berlin reported:
On Monday, Aug 1, 2011, I could not see the moon in Berlin, Germany. The atmosphere was cloudy, but the solar disk at sunset clearly visible. I tried to look from 8:59 pm to 9:14 pm, but could not see the moon.
- Seen: Syed Thanveer Peeran (MCW member) from Coimbatore reported:
On Monday, August 01, 2011, We sighted the MOON in Coimbatore, India. We saw it from sunset to moonset; MOON was clearly visible in Coimbatore today. Skies were clear.
- Seen: Iqbalhusen Bokda (MCW member) from Gujrat reported:
Sky was cloudy here in Godhra today on 29th Shaban (1st of August). But moon easily seen in many towns like Lunawada, Jambusar, Bedwa (Anand), Tajpuri (Himmatnagar) etc. So all Hilal committees here in Gujarat as well Imarate Shariya, Bihar, Bengal and other states' committees have declared that 1st of Ramadhan would be on 2nd August. RAMADHAN MUBARAK.
- Seen: Shahid Ali Farooqui (MCW member) from Amravati, India
on 1st august 2011 at 19.03hrs.(IST) I saw the moon of Ramzan 1432 H.at Amravati,Maharashtra.India.
- Seen: Ahmad I. Adjie (MCW member) from Bandung reported:
I and team (as yesterday with addition of Andi and Adit) from Bandung, Indonesia report that today, Monday 1 August 2011 Hilal was SEEN in the northern hills of Bandung. It was perfect conditions and the crescent was easily sightable, being over 30 hours old.
The fasting month of Ramadan begins in Iran on Tuesday as the crescent moon was not spotted at Sunday's sunset, Office of the Leader of the Islamic Revolution announces.
- Seen: Dr. Mustafa Al-Majari (MCW member) from Ulcinj reported:
The hilal of Ramadan has been seen in Ulcinj, Montenegro by naked eyes on the eve of the 1st of August 2011.
- Seen: M. Talha Rafiq (MCW member) from Karachi reported:
On Monday (August 1 2011), I and my family saw the moon easily at Karachi on 19:27 till 19:41 (Pakistan Time). After that the moon was covered in the clouds. Ramadan Kareem to all.
- Seen by others: Asif Hussain (MCW member) from Hyderabad reported:
On Monday 1st August 2011, I with my fellows at two different places in Hyderabad, Pakistan, tried to see the moon from sunset 07:12 pm to moonset 08:13 pm. Moon was not seen by us, but was successfully seen by others at different places in city around. Skies were a little bit cloudy. Moon also has been sighted successfully at numerous places of Pakistan. Government officials declared through television media that hilal has been sighted therefore the 1st of Ramadhan 1432 hijri will be on Saturday 2nd August 2011 inshaALLAH.
- Not Seen: Ilham Fandas uly Mukharlyamov (MCW member) from Moscoe reported:
On Monday, Aug 01, 2011,I could not see the moon in Moscow, Russia. Skies were cloudy. I tried to look from 9:21pm to 9:30pm, but could not see the moon.
- Sri Lanka:
- Seen: Nular Bary (MCW member) from Colombo reported:
Today 29th of Sha'ban 1432H (1/8/2011) Just after Mahrib (6:31pm) I went up to my roof top to observe the New Moon of Holy month Ramadan1432. I got a call from Mr.Farhan,that he have sighted the Hilal of Ramadan very clearly at 6:37pm. in Galle Fort,(A southern town of Sri Lanka) but I sighted the Hilal at 6:55pm. as some clouds were covering the Hilal in the western sky of Colombo city. I informed the Hilal committee about the sighting hence the committee made an announcement in the local media as the Hilal of Holy Month Ramadan 1432H has been seen in many parts of Sri Lanka "Inshallah" start the Ramadan fasting from tomorrow Tuesday morning 2nd of August 2011. RAMADAN KAREEM.
- Seen: Javad Torabinejad (MCW member) from Blacksburg VA reported:
Today (Monday, August 01, 2010), my son and I were able to sight the moon in Blacksburg, VA (Lat: 37° 15' 40" N, Lng: 80° 26' 56" W, and elevation: 646 meter). My first binocular sighting was at 2:40 pm EDT followed by naked eye sighting at 2:44 pm. Later, my son was able to sight the moon without using the pair of binoculars. At 2:35 pm, the temperature, dew point, relative humidity, and pressure were 87.8 F, 66.2 F, 49%, and 30.10 in, respectively. To find the crescent's location, I used the AstroViewer Interactive Night Sky Map. The horns were at 11:30 and 4:30 O'clock (11:30;2:00;4:30).
Later in the evening, the crescent was easily spotted at 8:28 pm in a partly cloudy western horizon (sunset: 8:29 pm EDT). The horns were at 1:00 and 6:00 O'clock (1:00;3:30;6:00). The moon was still above the horizon when I left my my location at 9:10 pm (moonset: 9:28 pm EDT). At 8:35 pm, the temperature, dew point temperature, relative humidity, and pressure were 80.6 F, 60.8 F, 51%, and 30.05 in, respectively.
OFFICIAL 1st Day of Ramadan in Different Countries
August 1, 2011 (Monday):
- Australia (Some following Indonesia Sighting)
- Bosnia Hercegovina (Follow Saudi)
- Canada (Muslim Council of Montreal, FCNA/ISNA)
- Dominican Republic (Sighting from other Islands)
- Jordan (Follow Saudi)
- Kazakhstan (Follow Saudi)
- Kenya (Local Sighting)
- Kuwait (Follow Saudi)
- Kyrgyzstan (Follow Saudi)
- Lebanon (Follow Saudi)
- Libya (Calculations)
- Luxembourg (Follow Saudi)
- Malaysia (Calculations)
- Malawi (Local Sighting)
- Namibia (Local Sighting)
- Netherlands (Follow Saudi)
- New Zealand (Local sighting): Moonsighting.com thinks, it is definitely mistaken sighting.
- Nigeria (30 days complete)
- Palestine (Follow Saudi)
- Qatar (Follow Saudi)
- Saudi Arabia (Local Sighting - Official Announcement)
- Somalia (Local Sighting)
- Spain (Official Announcement)
- Sudan (Follow Saudi)
- Sweden (Follow Saudi)
- Syria (Follow Saudi)
- UAE (Follow Saudi)
- UK (Follow Saudi or South Africa)
- USA - Fiqh Council of North America/Islamic Society of North America
- Uzbekistan (Follow Saudi)
- South Africa (Local Sighting)
- Tadjikistan (Follow Saudi)
- Taiwan (Follow Saudi)
- Tanzania (Local Sighting)
- Turkmenistan (Follow Saudi)
- Turkey (Calculations)
- Yemen (Follow Saudi)
August 2, 2011 (Tuesday):
- Australia (Local Sighting)
- India (Local Sighting)
- Iran (Local Sighting)
- Pakistan (Local Sighting)
- Sri Lanka (Local Sighting)
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