Fasting Hours in Ramadan 2021

  • Publish date: Sunday، 04 April 2021
Fasting Hours in Ramadan 2021
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Ramadan 2021, which is said to begin on the 13th of April, according to Ibrahim Al Jarwan, a member of the Arab Union for Astronomy and Space Sciences following Eid Al Fitr, which is marked on Shawwal 1, is expected to fall on Thursday, May 13. However, Ramadan is leaving Muslims with question of how long will we fast this year?

The astronomer also revealed the fasting hours during the month. The fast will begin at 4.43am in Abu Dhabi on the first day of Ramadan. Iftar will be at 6.47pm, which means that fasting hours on day 1 would be 14 hours and four minutes.

By Ramadan 30, the fast will begin at 4.15am and end at 7.01pm, taking fasting hours to 14 hours and 46 minutes.

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There are minutes of difference from one city to another and so Fujairah and Khor Fakkan would be about 7 minutes ahead of Abu Dhabi in terms of fasting and Iftar times; while Al Ghuwaifat and Al Sila'a will be about 11 minutes behind. The time difference between Fujairah and Al Ghuwaifat would be 18 minutes.

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