Arafat Day, when pilgrims stand in prayer on the plains of Arafat near Makkah at the peak of the annual pilgrimage, will be on Sunday, Sept. 11, the semi-official Sabq.org website announced on Thursday, quoting sources.
It said no one sighted the new moon on Thursday evening. An authoritative statement from the Saudi Supreme Court has not yet been issued.
Eid Al-Adha or the Feast of Sacrifice will be celebrated on Monday, Sept. 12, said the website, adding that Saturday, Sept. 3 will be the first day of Dul Hijjah.
Source: Arab News