Ramadan 2021 moon sighting updates:

Traditionally, Ramadan begins with the sighting of the crescent moon, which generally appears one night after the new moon, meaning the start date cannot be precisely predicted.

EC of ISBC  has reportedly urged the community members to look out for the crescent moon on Sunday 11 April and report their findings to the EC committee. After Salat al-Maghrib, The EC moon-sighting committee reported that due to hampered by weather conditions in our region tomorrow will the 30th of Sha’ban, and Tuesday will be the first day of Ramadan.

It’s a beautiful experience to sight its emergence, and it is a Sunnah of our prophet Mohammed ﷺ that we hope the Ummah revives.