Fasting Hours during Ramadan this year

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Fasting Hours during Ramadan this year

According to accurate astronomical calculations by Qatar Calendar House (QCH), the New Crescent of Hijric month " Ramadan 1440H" will be borne on Sunday, May 5, 2019, at 1:47 Am Doha local time, moreover, the time set of New crescent over Qatar sky on Sunday, May 5, will be at 6:37 Pm Doha local time, while the Sunset time on Qatar Sky will be at 6:06 Pm Doha local time, i.e. New crescent will be set after Sunset time by 31 minutes over Doha sky, while the duration time between the time set of New crescent and Sunset time will be increased over Arabic and Islamic countries on the west side. 

 During coming Ramadan, the duration of fasting hours will vary from one day to another day in Qatar country and all Arabic and Islamic area countries; because the timings of the Fajr prayer time and sunset time will vary every day during Ramadan. Dr. Beshir Marzouk "Astronomer expert at QCH" said. 

For Qatar residents, the minimum fasting duration hours during Ramadan this year will be 14 hours and 38 minutes during the first day of Ramadan, while the maximum fasting duration hours will be 15 hours and 9 minutes during the end of Ramadan. While for European countries the maximum and minimum fasting duration hours this year will be different from country to other; where the fasting duration hours will be 20 hours in Norway and Sweden approximately, while it will be about 19 hours in Germany, and decrease to 18 hours in France approximately, added, the residents Argentina in South America will have a minimum fasting duration hours this year, where the fasting duration hours there will be about 11 hours only. 

Astronomer expert at Qatar Calendar House  Dr. Beshir Marzouk

                                                                    

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