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Muslims' holy month of Ramadan starts Sunday: Dar Al-Ifta

Ramadan will fall during summer months for the next several years, during which noon temperatures in Egypt can reach 40 degrees Celsius

Ahram Online, Friday 27 Jun 2014
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Ramadan lanterns (or Fanoos Ramadan) are displayed for sale at a shop ahead of the Muslim fasting month of Ramadan in Cairo July 3, 2012 (Photo: Reuters)
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Egypt's Dar Al-Ifta, the main authority responsible for issuing religious edicts, announced that the Islamic holy month of Ramadan will start on Sunday.

Muslims fast from dawn until dusk for a month during Ramadan, pursuant to Islamic doctrine.

Ramadan comes roughly 10 days earlier every year, with noon-time temperatures expected to reach up to 40 degrees this year.

Daylight saving time, which was recently re-applied in Egypt, will be suspended for the duration of the month. Standard time in Egypt is GMT (UTC) + 2 and GMT + 3 during daylight saving time.

 

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aboujafar
27-06-2014 10:37pm
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Gotta get my Fanoos!
I literally just remembered that I haven't purchased a Fanoos yet! Thanks for the reminder! Seriously!!
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