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ISNA Discards its Calculated Date

ISNA Fiqh Council Chairman, Dr. Siddiqi called his own Islamic Society of Orange County from Makkah that it should discard Fiqh Council announced date of December 31, 2006 for Eid al-Adha in North America. Instead, they should follow Saudi Haj date and pray Eid al-Adha on December 30.

Most of ISNA Fiqh Council members also prayed Eid al-Adha in N. America on Saturday, Dec. 30.  It shows how much they believe in their own calculated dates.  They tell Muslims their calculated dates are correct by the Qur'an and the Sunnah. But they abandon them for totally incorrect Saudi dates.

Muslims in N. America celebrated Eid al-Adha on three days according to their choice: Saudi Haj date (Saturday), Sighted moon in N. America, ISNA calculated date (Sunday) and locally sighted moon (Monday).