Month: December 2018

why Confusion

Why are Muslim Dates in a Mess? Muslims around the world started Ramadan 2005 on four solar days/dates (instead of one lunar day/date). 1. Monday: Nigeria (some Sunday also) 2. Tuesday: Saudi Arabia, Egypt (Most of Middle East, and followers of Saudi dates) 3. Wednesday: Australia, Indonesia, Malaysia, Brunei, Turkey, Africa, Europe and Americas 4.


Here is a diagram of how many days the moon takes to become a New Moon. After it becomes a New Moon it takes at least a day to become generally visible as a Hilal. This is a picture of the moon’s phases during a lunar month


Why is Hilal Confusing? What is a Hilal? Hilal, an Arabic term, refers to the bright waxing crescent when it becomes visible to a normal observer by naked-eye. What is a New Moon? The New Moon is a modern astronomical term. It refers to the completely invisible moon at the start of a synodic cycle

The Committee For Crescent Observation Intl. (CFCO)

We are “The Committee for Crescent Observation Intl. (CFCO)”. We are focused on a computable “global Islamic calendar” based on the earliest “lunar visibility” as stated in the Qur’an, and Sunnah, and practiced by the Ummah for the last 1400 years. We started functioning in 1978. MSA (now ISNA’s) 1978 decision to fix Ramadan and


Year 1433 (2012)   Ramadan 1433   (Saturday, July 20, 2012) Ramadan Hilal will be easily seen insha-Allah in the evening of July 20, 2012 in southern USA from Miami Fl, Houston TX, Phoenix AZ, Los Angeles CA, San Diego CA, to San Francisco CA and surrounding areas. In the rest of the US and all of Canada


Eid al-Adha is on the 10th day of D. Hijja by the sighted moon The Qur’an affirms “Ahilla” (the crescent moons) as the “Mawaqeet” for all Islamic dates and for the Hajj. (2:189) The Messeneger (S) obligated the Muslims to pray Eid al-Adha on the 10th of D. Hijja (wherever they are on that day),

CCD (Concocted Crescent Delusion)

  Iran Marja’ declares a moon seen by telescope in daylight as valid. – ICOP member Mr. Alireza Mehrani said: “The crescent of Ramadan has been observed on Friday, August 21, 2009, at 10:30 am LT (06:00 UT) by 5 person of Iranian observers under the supervision of Mr. Mohsen Sharifi with the 14” telescope

Committee for Crescent Observation Intl.

    1069 Ellis Hollow Road., Ithaca, NY  14850 USA  e-mail: 2009   1430 Islamic Calendar for North America Please look for the crescent moon every month on 29th and 30th. A moon is ALWAYS SEEN on 30th evening. If not seen then the 30 days of the month are not complete.