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Demise of Prophet Muhammad and Martyrdom of Imam Hassan in Iran

Name in other languages

NameLanguage
Demise of Prophet Muhammad and Martyrdom of Imam HassanEnglish
Todestag des Propheten und Martyrium des Imam HassanGerman
Profetens død og Imam Hassans martyrdødNorwegian

Demise of Prophet Muhammad and Martyrdom of Imam Hassan Observances

WeekdayDateYearNameHoliday Type
SatFeb 132010Demise of Prophet Muhammad and Martyrdom of Imam HassanNational holiday
ThuFeb 32011Demise of Prophet Muhammad and Martyrdom of Imam HassanNational holiday
SunJan 222012Demise of Prophet Muhammad and Martyrdom of Imam HassanNational holiday
FriJan 112013Demise of Prophet Muhammad and Martyrdom of Imam HassanNational holiday
SunDec 212014Demise of Prophet Muhammad and Martyrdom of Imam HassanNational holiday
ThuDec 102015Demise of Prophet Muhammad and Martyrdom of Imam HassanNational holiday
MonNov 282016Demise of Prophet Muhammad and Martyrdom of Imam HassanNational holiday
FriNov 172017Demise of Prophet Muhammad and Martyrdom of Imam HassanNational holiday
WedNov 72018Demise of Prophet Muhammad and Martyrdom of Imam HassanNational holiday
MonOct 282019Demise of Prophet Muhammad and Martyrdom of Imam HassanNational holiday
FriOct 162020Demise of Prophet Muhammad and Martyrdom of Imam HassanNational holiday

Quick Facts

Demise of Prophet Muhammad and Martyrdom of Imam Hassan 2018

Wednesday, November 7, 2018

Demise of Prophet Muhammad and Martyrdom of Imam Hassan 2019

Monday, October 28, 2019

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