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Published: Saturday, Aug. 19 2006 12:00 a.m. MDT

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Murad Al-Ma'aytah

Assalamu Alaykum w Rahmato ALLAH w Barakatoh w ba'd:
I thank you so Much for the valubale information you have on this web page, and I really believe that we MUSLIMS as a nation MUST have our pre-built Calender for the coming thousand year and solve the whole disagreement issue regarding when Ramadann starts and ends!

Thank you again for your time and effort!

Salam!

Abdulbari Y. Afinni

Assalam Alaikum,

The selfless efforts of the moonsighting committee world wide is highly commendable.But we nee to watch closely, the activities of science on accuracy on its predictions on nature and all programmes pre-determined by Allah. My foundings shows that science is not perfect, therefore, still needs to be subjected to actual sighting. If the actual sighting is replaced totally with calendar, is most likely that muslims may miss the first day of Ramadan. please reflect!

Maa Salam.

Fazle Elahi

I hope every Muslim should realise that crescent moonsighting anywhere of the world should be the bench mark of starting Moon Month.

Kind Regards

Fazle Elahi

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