Ramadan catchment 1443/ 2022 in the UAE

طقس العرب GO 2022-02-23 2022-02-23T15:36:53Z
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Ramadan catchment 1443/ 2022 in the UAE

Weather of Arabia - We congratulate the Islamic nation on the advent of the blessed month of Ramadan, may God accept from us and you good deeds, and this is the catch of the month of Ramadan for the year 2022 - 1443 and the times of the call to prayer and sunrise in the UAE:

Ramadan Nights in Abu Dhabi


The number of fasting hours in the city of Abu Dhabi on the first day of Ramadan will be about 13 hours and 45 minutes , gradually increasing with the days to reach the last day of Ramadan to about 14 and a half hours . The following are the times of Ramadan in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi:

Timings of Imsakiah in the cities of the Emirates:

The following are the Imsakih times of Ramadan in the cities of the Emirates (you can download the Imsakiah for each city):

Abu Dhabi Dubai Sharjah Ajman Ras Al Khaimah Fujairah Umm Al Quwain


Note: These times are calculated in the Arab Weather Center according to computer equations, taking into account the time difference between cities.

This article was written originally in Arabic and is translated using a 3rd party automated service. ArabiaWeather is not responsible for any grammatical errors whatsoever.

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