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Muharram Moon Unseen, Youm-e-Ashur Set for July 29

The Islamic calendar holds deep significance for Muslims worldwide, and the sighting of the moon plays a crucial role in determining the beginning of Islamic months. As the Islamic year 1445 approaches, the anticipation builds, marking the start of Muharramul Haram, the first month of the Islamic calendar. This auspicious time holds great importance and serves as a time of reflection and renewal for Muslims around the world.

However, the recent moon sighting meeting of the Central Ruet-e-Hilal Committee in Quetta brought forth news that the crescent moon of Muharramul Haram was not sighted. This announcement has a direct impact on the observance of Youm-e-Ashur, the 10th day of Muharram, which holds deep religious significance for Muslims.

Youm-e-Ashur, observed on the 10th day of Muharram, is a solemn occasion of remembrance and mourning for Hazrat Imam Hussain (AS), the beloved grandson of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH). It commemorates the tragic events of the Battle of Karbala, where Imam Hussain (AS) and his followers made ultimate sacrifices for justice and righteousness.

To honor the memory of Imam Hussain (AS) and his companions, believers gather in processions during this month of mourning. However, this year, the authorities face a unique challenge due to the prediction of possible cloud cover by the Pakistan Meteorological Department. Clouds can obstruct the visibility of the crescent moon, making it difficult to determine exact dates for significant occasions such as Youm-e-Ashur.

In light of the situation, measures are being taken to ensure the security of those participating in the processions held across Pakistan. Authorities are committed to maintaining a safe environment for believers to express their devotion and commemorate the sacrifices made by Imam Hussain (AS) and his followers.

While the challenges posed by cloud cover may impact the clear sighting of the moon, the spirit of unity and reverence among Muslims remains unwavering. Muslims across Pakistan will come together on July 29 to observe Youm-e-Ashur, irrespective of the precise visibility of the crescent moon. This solemn day serves as a reminder of the timeless lessons of sacrifice, courage, and unwavering faith left by Imam Hussain (AS) for humanity.

As we enter the month of Muharram and approach the observance of Youm-e-Ashur, let us remember the significance of this period in the Islamic calendar. It is a time for introspection, remembrance, and honoring the legacy of Imam Hussain (AS). May this solemn occasion unite believers in prayer, reflection, and a renewed commitment to the values of justice, compassion, and righteousness in the world.



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