WHEN IS RAMADAN 2020

When is Ramadan 2020? Friday April 24, 2020 [confirmed now]

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[Last Year Ramadan 2019 Dates]

When is Ramadan 2019? Monday May 6, 2019 *

  • * These dates are extremely tentative and could change when the time gets closer. But don’t worry, it won’t be a much change.
  • To be safe, it could be anywhere between May 5 to 7, 2019 and Allah knows best.
  • We know some other websites are giving you exact dates for Ramadan dates, but truly no one knows when, except for Allah.
  • When the time gets closer, we’ll update the site and let you know. Ramadan Mubarak in Advance. 🙂


[Two Years ago Ramadan 2018 Dates]

==> [May 16, 2018 – We have received new information regarding Ramadan 2018]

{Urgent Message – Please Share} We are declaring that Wednesday May 16, 2018 is the first of Ramadan. 

Earlier today Khalid Mosque and many other masjids in Toronto have said that Ramadan will be on Thursday May 17, 2018.

But because of the new information we have received from numerous sources including our Imam Sh. Bashir and our Director Sh. Abukar we would like to confirm Ramadan is actually on Wednesday May 16, 2018.

The crescent moon was sighted in California by Dr. Ahmed Salamah and Imam of Orange County California Sh. Mohamed Faqih. The crescent moon was also sighted in Mali and in Republic of Ivory Coast.

This is the first time Khalid Bin Al-Walid Mosque has changed Ramadan date since the last twenty years …

… And we apologies for any inconvenience this may have caused.

Once again Ramadan begins on May 16, 2018. Ramadan Mubarak. Once again we apologies for any inconvenience.


==> [May 15, 2018]

Based upon the confirmed reports that have reached us, the crescent moon was not sighted in different parts of the Muslim worlds.

Therefore, Wednesday is the 30th Day of Shaban.  And Thursday May 16, 2017 is the 1st day of Ramadan.

Ramadan Mubarak!

In this holy month of Ramadan, may you be blessed with good health, prosperity, and may Allah’s blessings always shine upon you and your family.

May this Ramadan 2018 be successful for all of us and provide us with good health. Ameen!


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Here are some things you can do right now to prepare yourself for Ramadan:

1. Sincere Repentance:

This is wajib (or obligatory) at all times, but because Ramadan is fast approaching, it is even more important to repent from sins between you and Allah, and between you and other people by giving them their rights, so that when the Ramadan 2017 begins you may busy yourself with acts of worship with pure heart and a peace of mind.

2. Dua’:

It was narrated from the pious predecessors that they used to pray to Allah for six months that they would live till next Ramadan, and and then would pray to Allah as well for five months afterwards that Allah would accept it from them.

Muslims should ask Allah to let him or her live until Ramadan with a strong religious commitment and good physical health, and he or she should ask Allah to help him obey Him during the month, and ask Him to access his or her good deeds from Him.

3. Rejoicing at the approach of Ramadan:

The arrival of Ramadan is one of the greatest blessings that Allah bestows upon His Muslim slave, because Ramadan is one of the occasions of good in which the gates of Jannah are opened and the gates of Hell are closed. It is also the month of Quran.

4. Discharging the duty of any outstanding obligatory fasts:

Aisha (May Allah be pleased with her) said: “I would owe fasts from the previous Ramadan and I would not be able to make them up except in Shaban.” [Bukhar 1849 & Muslim 1146]

Ibn Hajar commented on this hadith:

From her keenness to do that in the month of Shaban, it may be understood that it is not permissible to delay making them up until another Ramadan begins. [Fath Al-Bari 4/191]

5. Reading Quran:

When Shaban began (the month before Ramadan), ‘Amr Ibn Qays would close his shop and free his time for reading the Quran. Salamah ibn kuhayl said: “It was said that Shaban was the month of the Quran readers.”

Abu Bakar Al-Balkhi said: “the month of Rajab is the month of planting, the month of sha’ban is the month of irrigating the crops, and the month of Ramadan is the month of harvesting the crops.

6. Others things to do before Ramadan:

      • Seeing knowledge in order to be able to follow the rulings on fasting and to understand the virtues of Ramadan.
      • Sitting with one’s family members – children – to tell them of the rulings on fasting and encourage the young ones to fast.
      • Try to regulate your sleep before Ramadan. If you normally sleep late and wake up late, start changing that habit from now on because during Ramadan you will be waking up early for Suhoor. You will sleep so that you can wake up for suhoor the next day.

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