The solar eclipse has inspired many mythical stories and influenced human behavior. Even today, eclipses of the Sun are considered bad omens in many cultures. more
Isra and Mi'raj, also known as Al Isra' wal Miraj, is observed on the 27th day of the month of Rajab, the seventh month in the Islamic calendar. This event marks the night that Allah (God) took Mohammad (also known as Mohamed or Muhammed) on a journey from Mecca to Jerusalem and then to heaven.
Is Isra and Mi'raj a Public Holiday?
Isra and Mi'raj is a public holiday. It is a day off for the general population, and schools and most businesses are closed.
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Isra and Mi'raj Observances
|2010||Fri||Jul 9||Isra and Mi'raj||Public Holiday|
|2011||Wed||Jun 29||Isra and Mi'raj||Public Holiday|
|2012||Sun||Jun 17||Isra and Mi'raj||Public Holiday|
|2013||Thu||Jun 6||Isra and Mi'raj||Public Holiday|
|2014||Tue||May 27||Isra and Mi'raj||Public Holiday|
|2015||Sat||May 16||Isra and Mi'raj||Public Holiday|
|2016||Thu||May 5||Isra and Mi'raj||Public Holiday|
|2017||Mon||Apr 24||Isra and Mi'raj||Public Holiday|
|2018||Fri||Apr 13||Isra and Mi'raj||Public Holiday|
|2019||Wed||Apr 3||Isra and Mi'raj||Public Holiday|
|2020||Sun||Mar 22||Isra and Mi'raj||Public Holiday|
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