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Fasting Times 2015

FASTING TIMES FOR LONDON Ramadan 1436 / Jun-Jul 2015 (based upon 18o angle of solar depression) No Day Date Suhoor Iftaar 1 Wed 17-Jun 01:24* 21:21 2 Thu 18-Jun 01:24 21:22 3 Fri 19-Jun 01:24 21:22 4 Sat 20-Jun 01:24 21:22 5 Sun 21-Jun 01:24 21:22 6 Mon 22-Jun 01:24 21:23 7 Tue 23-Jun 01:24 […]

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Ramadan and Fixed True Dawn (Nuh Ha Mim Kellar)

Ramadan and Fixed True Dawn On July 29, 2013 – by Sheikh Nuh   A A A   In the Name of Allah, Most Merciful and Compassionate A Fasting Protocol for Northerly Latitudes Nuh Keller Ramadan takes place in any season in any land. Muslims living in Birmingham, England, and Oslo, Norway, asked me this […]

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New Ramadan rules to help Nordic Muslims in midnight sun

New Ramadan rules to help Nordic Muslims in midnight sun 11 Jun 2015 AFP / Jonathan Nackstrand Muslims in the Nordic region can expect new guidelines for coping with a sun that never sets ahead of the holy fasting month of Ramadan, a Swedish Muslim association said Thursday. Ramadan begins on June 18 this year […]

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Why is there a difference in some timetables?

DIFFERENCE IN FASTING TIMES (a brief explanation of why many Ramadan timetables may be inaccurate) Abu Sufyan Why is there a difference in the starting times for fasting? The time for Fajr prayer is from the first light of true dawn (Subh Sadiq) until the sun rises. Fasting starts from the start of Fajr time, […]

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MRDF: UK and Europe Prayer & Fasting Timetables 2014 – 1435 AH

Posted by: Shaikh (Dr) Haitham Al-Haddad  The prayer and fasting timetables listed in this document below were obtained based on what is now known as the “18 degree formula” along with some necessary amendments to cater for the abnormal circumstances many European countries face due to their high location in the Northern Hemisphere. It is […]

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Persistent Twilight in London from 23 May 2015

From 23 May 2015, London has started witnessing the phenomena of persistent twilight. This means that total darkness does not actually occur. The implications for Muslims are related to the prayer times. If total darkness does not occur, then Esha prayer cannot enter. Furthermore, this means that Fajr time does not start. However, as the […]

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