“This year, the calculation shows that the birth of the new moon will take place on May 11, 2021 at 7:30 p.m. Paris time (5:30 p.m. universal time). Therefore, it will not be visible anywhere in the world. Indeed, the world record for the visibility of the new moon is around 15 hours after its birth. Also, Wednesday May 12, 2021 is the 30th day of Ramadan and Thursday May 13, 2021 is the day of Eid El Fitr, ”the CFCM said in a press release dated May 10.
Muslims in France celebrated the night of fate, the night of Saturday 8 to Sunday 9 May 2021. As for the night of doubt, it is probably scheduled for Tuesday 11 May 2021 or tomorrow Wednesday. The Great Mosque of Paris is also preparing to announce it through a press release.
As a prelude to the celebration of Eid El Fitr, the CFCM “presented its dearest wishes to the Muslims of France and raised prayers so that these moments of joy and spirituality benefit all our fellow citizens, especially the most deprived of ‘between us “. Also, he made some recommendations so that the party takes place in strict compliance with the health and security measures decreed by the French authorities in order to curb the spread of the coronavirus and its variants in the country.