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Prophet's Birthday in Jordan

Sunni Muslims observe the Prophet Muhammed's (also known as Mohammed or Muhammad) birthday on the 12th day of the Islamic month of Rabi' al-awwal, while Shi'a Muslims mark it on the 17th of this month. Muhammed is believed to be the last prophet.

The Prophet Muhammed was born in Mecca, a city in Saudi Arabia that is revered as holy by Muslims.
The Prophet Muhammed was born in Mecca, a city in Saudi Arabia that is revered as holy by Muslims.

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Prophet's Birthday Observances

WeekdayDateYearNameHoliday Type
FriFeb 262010Prophet's BirthdayNational holiday
WedFeb 162011Prophet's BirthdayNational holiday
SatFeb 42012Prophet's BirthdayNational holiday
ThuJan 242013Prophet's BirthdayNational holiday
MonJan 132014Prophet's BirthdayNational holiday
SatJan 32015Prophet's BirthdayNational holiday
ThuDec 242015Prophet's BirthdayNational holiday
MonDec 122016Prophet's BirthdayNational holiday
FriDec 12017Prophet's BirthdayNational holiday
WedNov 212018Prophet's BirthdayNational holiday
SunNov 102019Prophet's BirthdayNational holiday
ThuOct 292020Prophet's BirthdayNational holiday

Quick Facts

Mawlid, or Milad, marks the birth of the Islamic prophet Muhammed, or Mohamed, in the year 570 of the Gregorian calendar.

Prophet's Birthday 2018

Wednesday, November 21, 2018

Prophet's Birthday 2019

Sunday, November 10, 2019


List of dates for other years

United Nation Holiday on November 21, 2018

Fun Holiday on November 21, 2018

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