On Tuesday, 4th of June, Eid-ul-Fitr was held on the eve of Ramadan of Muslims and Muslims throughout most parts of the world, as well as celebrating and commemorating the Eid.
Mali is the “first country to celebrate Eid” when the new moon is seen in their area. The government later declared this day as a national holiday.
At sunset, the following African countries were declared as Eid Day on June 4th. They are – Uganda, Ethiopia, Somalia, Sierra Leone, Republic of the Congo, Egypt and other African countries which traditionally rely on Saudi declaration.
The Supreme Court of Saudi Arabia announced the Eid Day when it was widely publicized where the Moon was seen in any region. The United Arab Emirates has announced the same to other countries in the Gulf region.
Pakistan, India, Qatar, Kuwait, Oman and others have announced for Eid Tuesday as most of the countries are celebrated across Europe and America.