Eid Al Adha in the UAE this 2024: Timings of Prayers announced in Sharjah, Dubai and Abu Dhabi

Eid Al Adha in the UAE this 2024: Timings of Prayers announced in Sharjah, Dubai and Abu Dhabi

Eid Al Adha in the UAE this 2024: Timings of Prayers announced in Sharjah, Dubai and Abu Dhabi

UAE is all geared up for a 4 day long festival weekend however for the Muslims the Eid Al Adha is an enriched spiritual experience. The day of Arafah is the holiest day in Islam and the Eid Al Adha is celebrated after that day during this day friends, family and relatives get together for prayers, celebration and feasting.

All prayer halls and spaces allotted will be opened from Fajr (Morning) prayer, with Eid Takbir (Chants) chiming out from the mosques until the start of the special prayers.

Below is the timing chart according to location, which we have taken from various reliable sources

Prayer Time in Sharjah

Time of Prayer Location
5.44 am Ajman
5.43 am Umm Al Quwain
5.41 am Ras Al Khaimah
5.41 am Fujairah

The above timings are given based on time zone calculations more details will be coming up soon.

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The above information is according to Hijri calendar published by the Sharjah Islamic Affairs Department

Prayer Time in Abu Dhabi

Time of Prayer Location
5.50 am Abu Dhabi city
5.44 am Al Ain

The above information is according to the interactive e-calendar published by the Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque Centre

And the Prayer Timing in Dubai is at 5.45 am.

This is How the Eid Prayer is offered

The Eid prayer is performed in congregation and consists of two units (raka’ah). In the first unit, the imam leads the worshippers in reciting multiple takbirs (declarations of “Allahu Akbar”) before reciting Surah Al-Fatiha and another chapter from the Holy Quran. Similarly, in the second unit, multiple takbirs are recited.

After completing the prayer, the imam delivers a two-part sermon (khutbah). It is customary for Muslims to listen to the sermon attentively. Once the sermon concludes, worshippers exchange hugs and greetings, wishing each other “Eid Mubarak,” marking the beginning of the day’s celebrations.

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