King Salman wishes Muslims around the world a happy Ramadan. PHOTO/SPA
RIYADH – King Salman from Saudi Arabia sends congratulations Ramadan to citizens of the Kingdom and Muslims everywhere. He expressed his hope that the holy month will bring hope and peace to Muslims and the whole world.
King Salman instructed the authorities involved in providing services for visitors to the Two Holy Mosques to continue to work with the highest levels of efficiency and excellence to ensure worshipers can carry out their rituals with ease and peace of mind, the Saudi Press Office reported.
As quoted by Arab News, King Salman spoke as he chaired the weekly cabinet meeting at the Irqah Palace in Riyadh, after the Supreme Court announced that Ramadan would begin on Thursday (23/3/2023).
Meanwhile the Supreme Court of Occupation stated that the crescent moon was not visible on Tuesday (21/3/2023) evening in Saudi Arabia and Thursday (23/3/2023) will be the beginning of the holy month of Ramadan.
The court asked all Muslims in the Kingdom to look for the Ramadan crescent on Tuesday night which corresponds to 29 Shaban, 1444.
The Ministry of Justice announced that it has launched an electronic system for moon sightings with the aim of automating and managing the moon sighting process, and unifying work procedures between the courts of first instance and the Supreme Court.
This service aims to unify observatory data sources through a robust electronic system that provides speed and integration with relevant authorities, improves the quality of observatory operations, and accelerates the issuance of Supreme Court decisions regarding new moon sightings.
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