Hijrah Calendar

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Hijrah Calendar

The Islamic religious calendar. It starts from the date in 622 when Mohammad fled from Mecca to Yathrib, which became Medina. It is not used commonly in Islamic finance, but appears sometimes in marketing literature.
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The Night of Forgiveness (Berat Kandili/Leylet-ul-Bera'at), observed on the night between the 14th and 15th days of Sha'ban -- the eighth month of the Hijra calendar -- was commemorated with prayers tonight by Muslims around Turkey.
Jeddah, Rabi'I 10, 1436, Jan 1, 2015, SPA -- Minister of Labor Adel bin Mohammed Faqih today said that the enforcement of Nitaqat (zones) program on private sector companies resulted in the employment of some 750,000 Saudi nationals in the private sector by the beginning of the Hijra calendar, an increase to 15.
Shiites are holding religious events during the month of Muharram of the Hijra calendar.
I am perplexed at the way you explain how the Hijra calendar works.
Hassan said the Islamic Hijra calendar is based on lunar cycle and have 354 or 355 days in a year.
However, the idiosyncratic nature of Qaddafi who subordinated Islam to his personal view of unorthodox religious reforms departing from the norm, such as his unilateral amendment of the Hijra calendar, led to hostile relation between his government and many Islamists.
The interior of the Kaaba is washed twice a year -- in Muharram and Shaaban, the first and ninth months of the Hijra calendar.
According to historian Essam Abdel-Raouf, the tradition of making konafa started around year 58 in the Hijra calendar (early eighth century AD), when the Damascus-based Muslim ruler Mu'aweya Bin Abi Sufeyan complained of fatigue and dizziness during Ramadan.
Islam is a religion that lifts injustice and oppression from human beings and eliminates all causes of human slavery, not only during Ramadan, but throughout the months of the entire Hijra calendar year.
Zuhair bin Abduhafeez Nawab explained during a lecture here today the path followed by Prophet Mohammed bin Abdullah and his companion Abdubaker Al-Siddiq from Makkah to Al-Madinah, an event marking the first year of the Islamic Hijra calendar.
Hijra calendar, a month that was full of mercy, forgiveness and care of the
For companies that follow the Hijra calendar and whose fiscal interim periods end on 30/03/1430 H corresponding March 27, 2009 (according to Umm Al-Qura calendar), the restriction period starts on 17/03/1430 H corresponding March 14, 2009 and ends on the date of publishing the announcement of the company's interim results.