Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore will celebrate Eid al-Fitr on June 15, whereas, Australia and New Zealand will celebrate Eid on Saturday, June 16. Thank you tuning into our live coverage of Eid moon sighting. LatestLY wishes you Eid Mubarak!

The Hilal Committee in Singapore has also confirmed the sighting of moon. Eid al-Fitr will now be celebrated in most parts of South-east Asia, including Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore. The crescent, however, could not be spotted in Australia and New Zealand.

Eid moon has been sighted in Qatar and UAE. The official announcements of Hilal Committees of other Middle Eastern nations is awaited. Read here for moon sighting updates from other parts of the Middle East.

The Ruet-e-Hilal Committee of Malaysia has announced the celebration of Eid al-Fitr tomorrow. Malaysia, along with Indonesia, will observe Eid on Friday, whereas, Australia and New Zealand will celebrate the festival on Saturday as the crescent was not sighted today.

Eid al-Fitr crescent has been sighted in the United Arab Emirates. For updates on other Middle East nations, click here. Meanwhile, the announcement from the Hilal committees of Singapore and Malaysia is awaited.

As per the statement issued by the Hilal Committee of Auckland, the Eid al-Fitr moon has not been sighted in New Zealand. The nation will celebrate Eid on June 16, along with New Zealand. A statement, however, is awaited from the Hilal Committees in Malaysia, Indonesia and Singapore.

The updates on Eid al-Fitr moon crescent sighting in India will be released shortly, after the namaz-e-Maghrib. For the live updates, read here. According to the IAC, the sighting of crescent moon in India is possible today using telescopic and optical aids.

Indonesia will celebrate Eid al-Fitr tomorrow as the moon sighting has been confirmed in Jakarta. Meanwhile, the moon has not been sighted in Sydney and other parts of Australia, according the National Imam Council. The attempts to sight the crescent in Malaysia and Singapore is currently underway.

Reports claim the Eid moon has been sighted in Indonesia and the Eid al-Fitr prayers will be held on Friday. Interestingly, the development comes shortly after Australia declared Eid al-Fitr celebration on Saturday as the crescent moon was not sighted.

For the live updates on Eid moon sighting from Pakistan, Afghanistan and China, click here. Meanwhile, the Hilal Committee in Indonesia is expected to issue an announcement on crescent sighting in the nation shortly. Stay tuned.

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Jakarta/Kuala Lumpur/Sydney, June 14: Attempt to sight the Hilal crescent of Eid al-Fitr is currently underway in Australia, Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore. In Jakarta and  Kuala Lumpur, the designated religious authorities are expected to make an announcement post namaz-e-maghrib, which is held after sunset. Stay tuned here for the live updates of Eid Moon sighting in Indonesia, Malaysia, Australia and Singapore.

The four nations began Ramadan on May 17, with today marking the completion of 29 fasts or rozas. If the moon will be sighted, it would mark the end of the month of Ramadan and beginning of Shawwal. If the moon remains unsighted, another fast will be kept tomorrow and Eid will be celebrated on Saturday.

Malaysia and Indonesia, which are predominantly Muslim nations, have declared an official holiday beginning from today. All institutes and workplaces will resume from Tuesday.

According to experts, the crescent is likely to be spotted shortly before the sunset. The official announcement would be made by the Hilal committees in Kuala Lumpur and Jakarta only after receiving the testament from eyewitnesses. The sunset timing in Indonesia is 5:46 pm and in Australia it is 4:53 pm. In Malaysia and Singapore, the sunset is at 7:14 pm and 7:11 pm respectively.

According to the International Astronomical Centre (IAC), the Eid moon is likely to be sighted in most parts of the world today, barring the South Asian subcontinent region.