Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Malaysia, Indonesia and the United Arab Emirates have all announced that Sunday will be the first day of Eid al-Fitr 1438.
Oman, however, has not sighted the moon and had declared Monday, June 26 as the first day of Eid al-Fitr.
This mean Gambia will also o serve the Muslim festive tomorrow. Saudi Arabia has been Gambia’s source of confirmation in both sightings of the crescent for the start of the Holy Month and the end.
Eid al-Fitr-festival of breaking the fast- marks the end of the Muslim Holy Month of Ramadan.
Turkey and Muslim communities in North America, Europe and Australia had previously announced they would celebrate Eid al-Fitr from Sunday, June 25 based on astronomical calculations. Bangladesh, Pakistan, India will be
sighting the moon on Sunday. These countries started Ramadan on May 28 and so Sunday will be the 29th of Ramadan for them.