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Sat. 6/26 All day Full moon
Sun. 7/4 All day Last quarter
Fri. 7/9 All day Isra Me'raj (Isra wa Al-Miraj) Laylat Al-Isra wa Al-Miraj ("the night journey and ascension") commemorates the journey of the Prophet Muhammad from Makkah to Jerusalem, his ascension into the seven heavens, and his return in the same night. These events acknowledge that all the Abrahamic faiths (Judaism, Christianity and Islam) have one and the same God as their source. In this night, Muslims believe, the Prophet was instructed to establish the five daily prayers in their current form. On this night, Muslims believe, Muhammad prayed together with Abraham, Moses and Jesus in the area of the Al-Aqsa mosque. The rock from which he is believed to have ascended to heaven to speak with God is the one seen inside the Dome of the Rock. Isra wa Al-Miraj as it is sometimes called is celebrated on the twenty-seventh of Rajab of the Islamic calendar.
Sun. 7/11 All day New moon
Tue. 7/13 All day Nisfu Sha'ban
Sun. 7/18 All day First quarter
Mon. 7/26 All day Full moon
Tue. 8/3 All day Last quarter
Fri. 8/6 All day Transfiguration
Tue. 8/10 All day New moon
Wed. 8/11 All day Ramadan The ninth month of the Moslem calendar. Commemorates the month in which the Koran was revealed to Mohammed. Observance involves prayer and abstention from food, drink, smoking, and sex, from sunrise to sundown. After sundown brings party time. The first day of Ramadan is a holiday in many Islamic countries.
Sun. 8/15 All day Assumption Day
Mon. 8/16 All day First quarter
Tue. 8/24 All day Full moon
Wed. 9/1 All day Last quarter
Mon. 9/6 All day Laitaltul-Qadr (Laylat Al-Qadr) Laylat Al-Qadr ("the night of power.") falls on one of the last ten days of Ramadan on an odd numbered day (such as the twenty-third, twenty-fifth or twenty-seventh), In the Qur'an this night is said to be equal to one thousand months and on this night the prayers of the sincere Muslim are certain to be answered.
Wed. 9/8 All day New moon
Fri. 9/10 All day Eidul-Fitr (Eid al-Fitr) Just as festivity becomes the atmosphere when the fast is broken each day at sunset, happiness becomes doublefold when the month of fasting is finally completed and the Eid Al-Fitr is celebrated. The most elaborate dishes are served at large banquets to which relatives and friends are invited. These colorful celebrations are the climax of the sense of fullfiliment characterizing,a month of fasting and hardships, increasing the bonds of connectedness among humankind and between humankind and God.
Wed. 9/15 All day First quarter
Thu. 9/23 All day Full moon
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