What Day Did Ramadan Start in 1930?

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In 1930 the Ramadan started on Friday 31st January. Ramadan is a Muslim holiday that begins on the ninth month in the Islamic calendar. It is normally celebrated for 29 or 30 days and during this month Muslims are from eating during the daylight hours.
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The start of Ramadan is determined by the sighting of the new moon. The approximate date for 2009 is 20 August.
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Ramadan in 2011, will start on Monday, August 1st and will continue for 30 days
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it started monday 1st August in uk. today is Wednesday 3rd August.
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Honestly, in the UK its a case of too many chiefs, all want there opinion to be right. Some follow Saudi, some follow Pakistan, some follow the nearest country. Everyone wants to
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