Eid as Adha will be observed in 2024.

Dates for your diary … The next official public holiday of 2024 will be two holidays together: Arafat Day and Eid Al Adha. Arafat Day is observed on Dhul Hijjah 9 second. The moon’s appearance is predicted for Sunday, June 16, but it will depend on that fact. The next and largest of the two vacations observed in Islam is Eid Al Adha. It falls on Dhul Hijjah 10 to 12, which, according to occult estimates, is likely to relate to Monday, June 17 to Wednesday, June 19 as public holiday ( but is dependant on the sight of the moon ). Therefore, those who have Saturday and Sunday trip may take a five-day crack before their jobs resume on Thursday, June 20. If that is the situation, UAE people will appreciate a five-day common trip from Monday, June 17 to Wednesday, June 19. Those that have a Saturday and Sunday trip, will then return to work on Thursday, June 20. However, keep in mind that all deadlines are dependent on whether or not the sun has been seen. With our second long weekend perhaps being five days longer, if you plan ahead of time, taking Thursday, June 20 and Friday, June 21 off as a vacation will give you a total of nine days of holiday. Because the Islamic Calendar uses lunar months, there must be a sighting of the moon in a very specific phase for these dates to be confirmed in the Gregorian calendar ( the customary January to December version ). On these times, we will have to rush for confirmation from UAE leaders. What is Eid Al Adha? According to history, Eid Al Adha is held to glory Ibrahim’s willingness to sacrifice his brother, after being instructed to do so by God. The child told his father to follow the order after the apostle Ibrahim informed his son of the dream. But God intervened, sending a animals to get his son’s area. Eid Al Adha is typically observed with a few days off for both the public and private sectors, but as with any Islamic holidays, decisions are made based on the moon phases, so we wo n’t know when the moon will be officially located until the moon has been set aside. Photos: Unsplash