Rajab Moon Sighting in Pakistan.
Rajab Moon Sighting in Pakistan: A Hopeful Wait Under Cloudy Skies
As dusk settles over Pakistan, a nation turns its gaze skyward in anticipation of a celestial beacon – the moon of Rajab, the seventh month of the Islamic lunar calendar.
This holy month, renowned for its emphasis on devotion, reflection, and supplication, is eagerly awaited by Muslims across the country.
However, a cloak of uncertainty hangs over this year’s sighting.
Cloudy skies in the capital, Islamabad, where the Central Ruet-e-Hilal Committee convenes tonight, dampen hopes for a clear view of the crescent moon.
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Undeterred by the weather, the Ruet Committee, led by Chairman Maulana Abdul Khabir Azad, prepares to receive reports from zonal committees in key cities like Lahore and Peshawar.
Members from the Ministry of Religious Affairs, SUPARCO, the Department of Meteorology, and the Ministry of Science and Technology contribute their expertise to the meticulous analysis.
This rigorous process reflects the gravity of the task.
The committee’s decision, to be announced via an official notification by the Ministry of Religious Affairs, will determine the commencement of Rajab for millions of Pakistanis.
While the heavens may pose a challenge tonight, the spirit of anticipation remains vibrant.
Mosques across the nation brace for a potential surge in prayer and Quran recitation as faithful Muslims prepare to embrace the blessings of Rajab.
Through the delicate interplay of hope and uncertainty, Pakistan awaits the verdict of the crescent moon.
Regardless of the outcome, the essence of Rajab – with its call for increased devotion and introspection – is sure to resonate within the hearts of the faithful.
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