This year’s Eid Al Fitr holiday dates have been announced in Dubai, with a five-day break set to start from May 22.
The Federal Authority for Government Human Resources in the UAE announced that the Eid break is expected to start on Ramadan 29 and finish on Shawwal 3.
That means that the Eid Al Fitr break is likely to start on Friday, May 22 and continue until Tuesday, May 26.
Exact Eid dates will be confirmed nearer the time due to the moon-sighting procedure.
الهيئة: #إجازة #عيد_الفطر في #الحكومة_الاتحادية من 29 #رمضان حتى3 شوال pic.twitter.com/Q7QdEaC1H0— FAHR (@FAHR_UAE) May 11, 2020
الهيئة: #إجازة #عيد_الفطر في #الحكومة_الاتحادية من 29 #رمضان حتى3 شوال pic.twitter.com/Q7QdEaC1H0
Egypt and Liverpool star Mo Salah recently revealed that he’s been training at 2.30 am each morning to as he’s fasting during Ramadan.
Mo is a devout Muslim, and even fasted during the 2018 World Cup in Russia when he was playing for Egypt.
And he took to Instagram Stories to share his latest workout routine. It’s 2.40 am and Mo is doing pull-ups at his in-house gym to stay in shape for the season.
Or whatever happens to the rest of the English season? Either way, impressive skills Mo!