The date of the beginning of Ramadan 2015/1436 – The first day

Ramadan in the Muslim calendar

Ramadan is the holy month of the year in the Muslim calendar, the one when the Muslims stop eating, drinking and getting sex from the dawn until the sunset. It's also the month when the Muslims pray more hoping getting more benediction and being closer to Allah.

Ramadan is the ninth month in the lunar year. The first day of Ramadan is just after the 29th or the 30th day of Chaaban.

The date of the beginning of Ramadan change every year and it's eleven days before than the year before. This date changes also from one country to another one (one day difference) because the moon can't be seen in some countries if it's cloudy.

Announcement of the date of Ramadan

The first day of Ramadan 2015/1436 will be on the 18 June 2015 (more or less one day).

Our website will communicate this date as soon as the authorities of every country will announce it.

NEW: Ramadan begins Thursday, June 18th 2015 in the following countries :

  • France
  • Tunisia
  • Saudi Arabia
  • Qatar
  • Jordan
  • Indonesia
  • Malaysia
  • Turkey
  • Japan
  • Palestine
  • Egypt
  • The United Arab Emirates
  • Kuwait
  • Belgium
  • Syria
  • Yemen
  • Bahrain
  • Libya
  • Iraq
  • Canada
  • United-Kingdom
  • Russia
  • Spain
  • Latin America
  • Lebanon
  • USA
  • Oman
  • Morocco
  • Algeria

Assabile.com wish you a Ramadan 2015/1436 mubarak.

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  1. May Allah give us the chance to be a part of the holy month and the strength to be a part of this Holy month and bless us to receive his immense blessings to all Muslim brothers and sisters this year 2014 .

  2. I pray that Allah bless me. And I don't brake Ramadan before it's time.may Allah do it's Will and save these lost brothers and sisters. May their be peace with Sunni muslims shite and kurds. We are all Allah people.

  3. May Allah bless us in this holy month. May Allah Guide us and help us follow the fasting as he wishes. May Alah forgive us in this month and as always. Allah is Rahman and Rahim. Oh Allah, we ask you for forgiveness