Update on Oct 1: Hajj date is not changed, but Saudi Arabian authorities have positively declared that our pilgrims must celebrate Wuquf at Arafat on the 8th day of Dhul-Hijjah, which means on 3rd October. Eid is to be celebrated on the 9th day, 4th October. In endorsing these dates (based on false testimony) they confirm their deeply rooted contempt both for Science and for Sharia. We vouch for this before God and before men.
Previous Announcement was "Saudi Arabia announced Hajj on Friday, Oct 3, 2014 and Eid al-Adha on Saturday, Oct 4, 2014."
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It is observed that different dates are being given for the same day in Arab News and Saudi Gazzets which is quite embarrassing and mockery to the religion of Allah. If we are not able to maintain the proper lunar dates, why do we use it? Confusion in lunar dates continues where different dates are published for a given day even within the same country. Would Allah insist human something which is not practical?? Why can't we complete Eid prayer on the same day (e.g., Friday) on the globe if we could perform the Friday Jumu'a on the same day in 24 hours time - a serious matter to ponder!