Will the first fast of this year really be on April 14?

Experts from MoonSighting.com, a globe crown viewing the website, report that the Ramadan moon will be conveniently viewable in almost all countries of the world on the evening of the 13th of April 2021. Nearly everywhere in the world, this year Ramadan will begin on April 14 at the same time.

The month of Ramadan 1442 AH is predicted in detail on this website:

Will the first fast of this year really be on April 14?

In green this map, you can see the countries of the planet, in which the moon of Ramadan can clearly be seen from the naked eye.

The map shows that all of Pakistan is included in these nations, i.e. the Moon of Ramadan 1422 AH in all the cities, towns, villages, and areas of Pakistan can clearly be seen.

The same website also notes that the Ramadan Moon is harder to see in South and North America in the evening of April 12, 2021, whereas Hawaii and Polynesian islands are more likely to experience the moon.

The "new moon" (Hilal) of Ramadan is to be born this year, as per the Pakistani standard times, on April 12, 2021, at 7:30 am.

But for the new moon to be apparent to the human eye, it will take another 18 hours. By that time, 13 April will be in Pakistan and after midnight.

Thus, at sunset in Pakistan on the evening of 13 April, the moon will be approximately 36 hours old, which will have resulted in the moon of Ramadan being very big and very conspicuous and, for clear details, will be easily visible.

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