This year, Ramadan is expected to begin on Saturday 2nd April 2022, depending on the sighting of the moon.

The beginning of the blessed month of Ramadan will be confirmed upon sighting of the new moon.

“O you who believe! Fasting is prescribed for you as it was prescribed for those before you, that you may become Al-Muttaqun (pious, God-fearing).” (2:183)

The Following Ramadan timetable indicates the prayer times for Dublin. The start and end dates of Ramadan vary depending upon the sighting of the moon.

April Day Ramadan Fajr Zuhr Asr Maghrib/Iftar Isha
02 Saturday 1 04:51 13:29 17:02 20:02 22:00
03 Sunday 2 04:48 13:28 17:03 20:04 22:02
04 Monday 3 04:45 13:28 17:04 20:06 22:04
05 Tuesday 4 04:42 13:28 17:05 20:07 22:07
06 Wednesday 5 04:38 13:27 17:06 20:09 22:10
07 Thursday 6 04:35 13:27 17:06 20:11 22:12
08 Friday 7 04:32 13:27 17:06 20:13 22:15
09 Saturday 8 04:29 13:27 17:08 20:15 22:17
10 Sunday 9 04:25 13:26 17:09 20:16 22:20
11 Monday 10 04:22 13:26 17:10 20:18 22:23
12 Tuesday 11 04:19 13:26 17:11 20:20 22:25
13 Wednesday 12 04:15 13:26 17:12 20:22 22:28
14 Thursday 13 04:12 13:25 17:13 20:24 22:31
15 Friday 14 04:09 13:25 17:14 20:25 22:34
16 Saturday 15 04:05 13:25 17:15 20:27 22:37
17 Sunday 16 04:02 13:25 17:15 20:29 22:39
18 Monday 17 03:58 13:24 17:16 20:31 22:42
19 Tuesday 18 03:54 13:24 17:17 20:33 22:45
20 Wednesday 19 03:51 13:24 17:18 20:35 22:48
21 Thursday 20 03:47 13:24 17:19 20:36 22:51
22 Friday 21 03:43 13:24 17:20 20:38 22:55
23 Saturday 22 03:39 13:23 17:20 20:40 22:58
24 Sunday 23 03:36 13:23 17:21 20:42 23:01
25 Monday 24 03:32 13:23 17:22 20:44 23:04
26 Tuesday 25 03:28 13:23 17:23 20:45 23:08
27 Wednesday 26 03:24 13:23 17:23 20:47 23:11
28 Thursday 27 03:20 13:23 17:24 20:49 23:15
29 Friday 28 03:15 13:22 17:25 20:51 23:18
30 Saturday 29 03:11 13:22 17:26 20:52 23:22
May 1st Sunday 30 03:10 13:22 17:27 20:54 23:26

The month of Ramadan contains the most blessed of nights, Laylatul Qadr:

“Truly  We sent it down on the Night of Power. And who will convey to you what the Night of Power is? The Night of Power is better than a thousand months. In it the angels and the Ruh descend by their Lord’s authority with every ordinance. It is peace – until the coming of the dawn” (Quran: 97:1-5)

The Prophet (PBUH) said: “Whoever gives food to one who is fasting will have a reward like the fasting person without detracting in the slightest from the reward of the latter” (Al-Tirmidhi)

Islamic Relief conducts a number of projects during Ramadan, and last year over 900,000 people in 33 countries benefited from a food pack. Donate a food pack to a family this Ramadan. Also find out about and donate your Zakat or work out how much is due, using our easy to use Zakat Calculator.

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