Dates are subject to local sighting of the new moon. For more information about these holidays, go to our Muslim holiday page. Dates will vary depending on location and the sighting of the moon there.
- Ramadan begins: June 18, 2015
- Lailatul-Qadr (Night of Power) July 13, 2015
- Eid ul-Fitr: July 17, 2015 is also the end of Ramadan
- Eid-al-Adha (10th Zul-Hijjah) September 23-24, 2015
- Al-Hijra - 1st Muharramn (Islamic New Year) October 14, 2015
1A.H. stands for After Hijrah. Hijrah means "migration" in Arabic. This refers to the migration the Prophet Muhammad made from Mecca to Medina in the year 622 A.D. (C.E.), which marks the beginning of the Islamic Calendar.
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