Calendrier Ramadan 2017 - Début et Fin Date Ramadan Horaire

Le Ramadan est le neuvième mois du calendrier islamique. Le Ramadan est le mois dans lequel le Saint Coran a été envoyé pour la première fois au Prophète Mohammad (s. a. w). Pendant le mois de Ramadan, les musulmans partout dans le monde doivent jeûner, sauf s'ils sont sous l'âge ou pas physiquement ou mentalement. Pendant le jeûne, une personne ne mange pas ou ne boit pas entre le lever et le coucher du soleil.

Début du Ramadan 2017

Le premier jour du ramadan commence le dernier jour de Shawwal, quand le Ramadan cerscent Moon devient visible ou Shawwal compléter ses 30 jours. Ramadan 2017 Moon deviendra visibile dans la soirée du vendredi 26 mai. Ainsi, le premier jour du Ramadan sera le 27 mai, en France, en Allemagne, en Algérie, au Maroc, au Royaume-Uni, au Canada, en Italie, en Belgique, en Tunisie, aux Etats-Unis et dans d'autres pays.

Horaire Ramadan

Année Début du Ramadan Fin du Ramadan
2016Lundi, 6 juinMardi, 5 juillet
2017Samedi 27 maiSamedi 24 juin
2018Mercredi 16 maiJeudi, 14 juin
2019Lundi 6 maiLundi, 3e juin
2020Vendredi 24 avrilSamedi, 23 mai
2021Mardi 13 avrilMercredi 12 mai
2022Samedi, 2e avrilMai, 2e mai
2023Jeudi 23 marsVendredi 21 avril
2024Lundi 11 marsMercredi, 10 avril

Calendrier Ramadan 2017 France avec des prières horaires

Les horaires de jeûne sont pour Toulouse, Montpellier, Paris et Lyon, respectivement.

Ramadan Date Jour Temps Suhoor Iftar Temps
1 27th Mai Samedi 05:01 AM - 04:51 AM - 04:29 AM - 04:34 AM09:24 PM - 09:14 PM - 09:40 PM - 09:18 PM
2 28th Mai Dimanche 05:00 AM - 04:50 AM - 04:28 AM - 04:33 AM09:25 PM - 09:15 PM - 09:41 PM - 09:19 PM
3 29th Mai Lundi 04:59 AM - 04:49 AM - 04:28 AM - 04:32 AM09:26 PM - 09:16 PM - 09:42 PM - 09:20 PM
4 30th Mai Mardi 04:58 AM - 04:48 AM - 04:27 AM - 04:31 AM09:27 PM - 09:17 PM - 09:43 PM - 09:21 PM
5 31st Mai Mercredi 04:57 AM - 04:47 AM - 04:27 AM - 04:30 AM09:28 PM - 09:18 PM - 09:45 PM - 09:22 PM
6 1st Juin Jeudi 04:56 AM - 04:46 AM - 04:26 AM - 04:29 AM09:29 PM - 09:19 PM - 09:46 PM - 09:23 PM
7 2nd Juin Vendredi 04:55 AM - 04:46 AM - 04:26 AM - 04:28 AM09:29 PM - 09:20 PM - 09:47 PM - 09:24 PM
8 3rd Juin Samedi 04:55 AM - 04:45 AM - 04:26 AM - 04:27 AM09:30 PM - 09:20 PM - 09:47 PM - 09:24 PM
9 4th Juin Dimanche 04:54 AM - 04:44 AM - 04:25 AM - 04:26 AM09:31 PM - 09:21 PM - 09:48 PM - 09:25 PM
10 5th Juin Lundi 04:53 AM - 04:44 AM - 04:25 AM - 04:26 AM09:32 PM - 09:22 PM - 09:49 PM - 09:26 PM
11 6th Juin Mardi 04:53 AM - 04:43 AM - 04:25 AM - 04:25 AM09:32 PM - 09:23 PM - 09:50 PM - 09:27 PM
12 7th Juin Mercredi 04:52 AM - 04:43 AM - 04:24 AM - 04:24 AM09:33 PM - 09:23 PM - 09:51 PM - 09:28 PM
13 8th Juin Jeudi 04:52 AM - 04:42 AM - 04:24 AM - 04:24 AM09:34 PM - 09:24 PM - 09:52 PM - 09:28 PM
14 9th Juin Vendredi 04:51 AM - 04:42 AM - 04:24 AM - 04:23 AM09:34 PM - 09:25 PM - 09:52 PM - 09:29 PM
15 10th Juin Samedi 04:51 AM - 04:41 AM - 04:24 AM - 04:23 AM09:35 PM - 09:25 PM - 09:53 PM - 09:30 PM
16 11th Juin Dimanche 04:51 AM - 04:41 AM - 04:24 AM - 04:22 AM09:36 PM - 09:26 PM - 09:54 PM - 09:30 PM
17 12th Juin Lundi 04:50 AM - 04:41 AM - 04:24 AM - 04:22 AM09:36 PM - 09:26 PM - 09:54 PM - 09:31 PM
18 13th Juin Mardi 04:50 AM - 04:40 AM - 04:24 AM - 04:22 AM09:37 PM - 09:27 PM - 09:55 PM - 09:31 PM
19 14th Juin Mercredi 04:50 AM - 04:40 AM - 04:24 AM - 04:21 AM09:37 PM - 09:27 PM - 09:56 PM - 09:32 PM
20 15th Juin Jeudi 04:50 AM - 04:40 AM - 04:23 AM - 04:21 AM09:37 PM - 09:28 PM - 09:56 PM - 09:32 PM
21 16th Juin Vendredi 04:50 AM - 04:40 AM - 04:24 AM - 04:21 AM09:38 PM - 09:28 PM - 09:57 PM - 09:33 PM
22 17th Juin Samedi 04:50 AM - 04:40 AM - 04:24 AM - 04:21 AM09:38 PM - 09:29 PM - 09:57 PM - 09:33 PM
23 18th Juin Dimanche 04:50 AM - 04:40 AM - 04:24 AM - 04:21 AM09:39 PM - 09:29 PM - 09:57 PM - 09:33 PM
24 19th Juin Lundi 04:50 AM - 04:40 AM - 04:24 AM - 04:21 AM09:39 PM - 09:29 PM - 09:58 PM - 09:34 PM
25 20th Juin Mardi 04:50 AM - 04:40 AM - 04:24 AM - 04:21 AM09:39 PM - 09:30 PM - 09:58 PM - 09:34 PM
26 21st Juin Mercredi 04:50 AM - 04:40 AM - 04:24 AM - 04:21 AM09:39 PM - 09:30 PM - 09:58 PM - 09:34 PM
27 22nd Juin Jeudi 04:50 AM - 04:41 AM - 04:24 AM - 04:22 AM09:40 PM - 09:30 PM - 09:59 PM - 09:35 PM
28 23rd Juin Vendredi 04:51 AM - 04:41 AM - 04:25 AM - 04:22 AM09:40 PM - 09:30 PM - 09:59 PM - 09:35 PM
29 24th Juin Samedi 04:51 AM - 04:41 AM - 04:25 AM - 04:22 AM09:40 PM - 09:30 PM - 09:59 PM - 09:35 PM
30 25th Juin Dimanche 04:51 AM - 04:42 AM - 04:25 AM - 04:23 AM09:40 PM - 09:30 PM - 09:59 PM - 09:35 PM

Ramadan 2017 date de fin

Le dernier jour du Ramadan se produit le 29 Ramadan quand Shawwal croissant lunes devient visible. Sinon le Ramadan termine ses 30 jours. Le dernier jour du Ramadan 2017 devrait être le samedi 24 mai dans la plupart des pays. Le reste des pays va observer le Ramadan fin le dimanche 25 mai. Les dates peuvent varier, alors attendez l'annonce officielle.

London Prayer Times - Islamic Salah Times London (UK)

Salah is an Arabic word with meaning of homage, worship or prayer. The daily, Five time prayer is one of the crucial acts of the Islamic religion. With 1 million Muslims, Islam is the second largest Religion, which makes 12.5% of the entire population of London. The five daily prayers are obligatory and should be made within their predetermined time.

Islamic Prayer Times for London


London Prayer Times Calculation Method:

The above mentioned daily prayer times for London get update on daily basis and, has been calculated using London Central Mosque method.

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Islamic Prayer Times With Its Five Divisions In London

Prayer is that time of your life when you are connecting your soul with the Almighty. You have your part of good and bad, and it is during such Prayer Times when you try to retain the good side of your inner self. Also known as Salah, Islamic prayers mainly take place five times in a day. And that helps the people to remember about Allah and his good deeds. While they are moving towards Mecca, the whole Muslim community comes together and pray for their good will and pure self. Their aim is to recall the Islamic Prayer Times, by putting worries and stress at the side, and remember Lord for his power and blessings.

Fajr Prayer Time

The Fajr Time is one of those Islamic prayers, which take place around the world by the Muslim community and even in London. It is going to be a significant2 raka’at prayer, and it is mentioned in Quran at the sura 24 ayah. This has been inspired by tafsir and is prayed on behalf of the Islamic prophet Muhammad. For this prayer, you need two fardraka’at and the leader recites this prayer in loud voices.

Zuhr Prayer Time

You might even have to work on the other forms of prayers, as a major part of the Muslim community. And for that, you have Dhuhr time. This prayer takes place after midday. And just before the Asr Prayer. It is considered as the second of the five prayers, which the Muslim community follows. And it is on Friday that this prayer is substituted by Jumu’ah, and it is vital for the Muslim men above puberty to pray along with the group of other Muslims.

Asr Prayer Time

It is vital for you to know a bit more about the afternoon prayer of the Muslim community, which takes place at Asr time. It is also recited on a daily basis by the practicing Muslim, and it comprises of four sunnah and four fard. It is defined as the middle prayer as in Quran, and it is also the name of short sura. This helps in raising the daily prayer to preciously high rank, for some of the practicing Muslims, especially when it falls on Friday.

Maghrib Prayer Time

Also defined as the West Sun prayer this Maghrib takes places during the Maghrib Time. It is prayed just after the sunset took place and is defined to be the fourth of the five prayers. It is an Arabic term, which means a part of the western side of Arab. It comprises of three Fardra’kat along with two sunnah. It even has two non-obligatory nafls. The first part is prayed by Imam, and the third sector is prayed silently.

Isha Prayer Time

The last part of this prayer is the Isha prayer, which takes place at Isha Time. It is also defined as the night time prayer and the last part of the five Islamic prayers. It has four rak’ah prayers, and the first two are prayed aloud. Whole traveling, the rak’at can be reduced to two numbers. Join hand with the right community, and you will come to know a lot more about the ideal Salat Times, around here.

Mosques in London

  • Abbey Mills Mosque (1910)
  • East London Mosque (1910)
  • Fazl Mosque (1924)
  • Brick Lane Mosque (1976)
  • London Central Mosque (1977)
  • Aziziye Mosque (1983)
  • North London Central Mosque (1990s)
  • Suleymaniye Mosque (1999)
  • Baitul Futuh (2003)

Above is the list of most popular and some of the oldest Mosques in London, with year. You can practice and experience your Islamic prayers on time in any of these historical mosques.

When Is Ramadan 2017 in Houston, United States

Last year, when I was in South Africa. I witnessed a huge get together in park in my neighborhood in Houston, USA. Out of Curiosity I reached there and inquiry it Nadeem told me this is a Iftar Party arranged by official committee. I meal use to break fast. During the month of Ramadan, Muslims which are of age and sound fit, healthy and able to fast, do fasting from dawn to sunset. During sun hours, be keeping all their regular activities they do best to avoid acts which can lead to sin. And focus on activities which lead them to be a better human being and a true obedient of God.

Anyway, If you to USA in 2017, do check Houston neighborhood, because each year they organize Ramadan iftar party which also welcomes non muslims as well. This spread love and peace, and also help them to look closer how beautiful is the religion of Islam is, how beautiful its traditions are such as Ramadan. You may also check for more information.