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Saturday 7 Muharram 1446 Correspond to 13 July 2024

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Download One Page .. Click Here! With the dawn of the new Hijri year 1446, Muslims around the world celebrate the anniversary of the migration of the Prophet Muhammad, may God bless him and grant him peace, from Mecca to Medina. This historical event is a turning point in the history of Islam, as the first Islamic state was established and the tribes were united under the banner of Islam. The Hijri calendar is based on the lunar year, and consists of 12 months whose duration ranges between 29 and 30 days.
The Hijri months and their meanings
The month of Muharram is the first month in the Hijri calendar and is considered one of the sacred months in which fighting is forbidden. This month is associated with important historical events, including the day of Ashura, which falls on the tenth of Muharram, and Muslims fast on it in honor of the escape of Moses, peace be upon him, and his people from Pharaoh.
Safar month
It comes after Muharram, and the month of Safar is considered one of the months in which incorrect hadiths and beliefs abound, and Islam has tried to correct these concepts.
The month of Rabi` al-Awwal
The month of the birth of the Prophet Muhammad, may God bless him and grant him peace. In this month, Muslims celebrate the anniversary of the Prophet’s birth, where birthdays and religious celebrations are held.
The month of Rabi' al-Akhir
Also known as Rabi’ al-Thani, Muslims continue to practice their religious rituals and become closer to God.
The month of Jumada al-Awwal
It is one of the important months in the Hijri calendar, and its name comes from inanimate objects, as the ground at this time of the year is hard and cold.
The month of Jumada al-Akhirah
It comes after Jumada al-Awwal, and is considered a continuation of the period of cold and drought that afflicts the earth during that period.
The month of Rajab
It is one of the most famous sanctuaries, and it has a special place among Muslims, as worship and closeness to God abound there.
The month of Shaaban
The month of Sha’ban witnesses many important events, including the night of the middle of Sha’ban, which Muslims believe is a blessed night in which people’s destinies are changed for the coming year.
The month in which the Holy Qur’an was revealed, which is the month of fasting and worship. Ramadan is considered one of the greatest months of the Hijri year, during which Muslims abstain from food and drink from dawn until sunset.
The month of Shawwal
It comes after Ramadan and begins with Eid al-Fitr, which Muslims celebrate the end of the month of fasting. This month also witnesses the fasting of the six days of Shawwal, which is considered part of the Sunnah of the Prophet.
The month of Dhul-Qa'dah
It is considered one of the most famous months of the Sanctuary, and Muslims prepare for the Hajj season there. This month, there is a lot of people performing Umrah and preparing for Hajj.
The month of Dhu al-Hijjah
It is one of the most important months in the Hijri calendar, as Muslims witness the Hajj, which is the fifth pillar of Islam. They celebrate Eid al-Adha, which falls on the tenth day of Dhu al-Hijjah.
The religious and social importance of the Hijri calendar
The Hijri calendar is not just a tool for determining days and months, but rather it is part of the religious and cultural identity of Muslims. It connects Muslims to important historical and religious events and reminds them of the virtues and acts of worship prescribed in each month. In addition, the use of the Hijri calendar promotes Islamic unity, as all Muslims follow the same time system based on the sighting of the crescent moon.
Notable events of the new Hijri year 1446
With the beginning of the new Hijri year 1446, the attention of Muslims is turning to a number of important religious events that will be witnessed in the coming months. The holy month of Ramadan is expected to begin in the second half of the year, as Muslims prepare for fasting, prayers, and Tarawih prayers. Muslims also await the Hajj season in the month of Dhu al-Hijjah, when they flock to Mecca to perform religious rites and rituals.
In conclusion, the new Hijri year 1446 represents an opportunity for Muslims to reflect on the meanings of migration, move away from injustice and corruption, and move towards building a society based on justice and piety. This year, Muslims seek to strengthen their religious and social ties, get closer to God through worship and obedience, and achieve peace and prosperity in their societies.

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