Ramadan Calendar 2015 Ras Al Khaima – Ramadan Time Table 2015 UAE

Ramadan Calendar 2015 Ras Al Khaima – Ramadan Time Table 2015 UAE

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Ras al-Khaimah is a member of the United Arab Emirates (UAE). Its name could be taken to mean “Top of the tent” or alternatively “headland of the small hut”. The emirate is in the northern part of the UAE, bordering Oman’s exclave of Musandam. It covers an area of 1,684 square km. The capital city and home of most residents is also called Ras Al Khaimah. The emirate had a population of 210,063 at the 2005 Census, of which 41.82 percent or 87,848 were Emirati citizens. Latest estimates put the total population at between 250,000 and 300,000. Locals accounted for 97,529 in the population estimate for 2010. The city has two main sections, Old Ras Al Khaimah and Nakheel, on either side of a creek. It is served by the Ras Al Khaimah International Airport. It consists of a northern part (where the city of Ras al-Khaimah is situated), and a large inland exclave in the south (near Hatta), and a few small islands in the Persian Gulf.

History
Ras al-Khaimah has been the site of human habitation for several millennia and there are many historical and archaeological sites throughout the emirate – local sources cite 1,000 – dating from different time periods, including remnants of the Umm an-Nar Culture (3rd millennium BC). Ancient graves were found in the Emirate in October 2012.

The city was historically known as Julfar. Archaeological evidence has demonstrated that the settlement known as Julfar shifted location over time as harbour channels silted up. Excavations of a sizable tell, which revealed remnants of a Sassanid era fortification, indicate that early Julfar was located in the north of Ras Al-Khaimah, not far from other sites of historical/archaeological interest such as ‘Sheba’s Palace’ and the largest Umm an-Nar tombs found on the Arabian Peninsula. Sources say that Julfar was inhabited by the Azd (a branch of the Kahlan tribe) during the eighth and ninth centuries AD, and that the houses of the Azd were built of wood.

There is considerable debate locally regarding the 18th-century charge of maritime piracy, attracting the British label ‘The Pirate Coast’ to the Eastern Gulf before a series of treaties in 1820, 1853 and, in 1892, the Perpetual Maritime Truce led to it being known as the ‘Trucial Coast’.

In the early 18th century, the Al Qasimi tribe established itself in Ras Al Khaimah and Sharjah on the Arabian Peninsula, growing to become a significant maritime force with holdings on both the Persian and Arabian coasts. In 1819, a British naval force was sent from Bombay in order to suppress alleged piracy – actions of the Al Qasimi fleet against British flagged shipping that affected trade routes in the Strait of Hormuz, along the Persian Gulf coast, and the Indian Ocean.

In the Battle of Ras Al Khaimah of 1819, the Al Qasimi fleet was largely destroyed. The British operation continued to Linga on the Persian coast which was, like the Greater and Lesser Tunbs islands, administered by the Al Qasimi. The attack on Ras Al Khaimah resulted in the destruction of the tower of the 16th century Dhayah Fort whose remains can be seen at Rams in northern Ras Al Khaimah. In January of the following year, the British imposed the General Maritime Treaty of 1820 signed by Sheikh Sultan Bin Saqr Al Qasimi who was reinstated by the British in Ras Al Khaimah after the deposition of Hasan Bin Rahma. The treaty stipulated the end of piracy and slavery, and laid the foundation for the British protectorate over the Trucial States that lasted until 1971. In 1869, Ras Al Khaimah became fully independent from neighbouring Sharjah. However, from September 1900 to 7 July 1921, it was re-incorporated into Sharjah; the last governor became its next independent ruler.

On 10 February 1972, Ras al-Khaimah, under the leadership of Sheikh Saqr bin Mohammad al-Qasimi, joined the United Arab Emirates.

Population
In 1975, the total population of Ras Al Khaimah was 43,845 of which 29,613 were nationals and 14,232 were foreigners. This figure increased to 73,918 (39,148 locals; 34,770 foreigners) in 1980, 96,578 in 1985, 143,334 in 1995, and 210,063 in 2005.[9] The current total population is estimated to be between 250,000 and 300,000 people, nationals and foreigners.

Latest Calendar for UAE Ramadan 2015 Ras Al-Khaima United Arab Emirates, Keep visiting us for more updates and 2015 calendars.

Note:
We have tried to update the correct Ramadan timing of Sahr and Iftar according to local tome of that city / country . Any Human Error , Tying error or bad source is possible. So its always better to double check the information provided on AchiKhasi.com from your local mosque.

Date

Day

Sehr

Iftar

17 June

Wednesday

3:52 am

7:10 pm

18 June

Thursday

3:52 am

7:11 pm

19 June

Friday

3:52 am

7:11 pm

20 June

Saturday

3:52 am

7:11 pm

21 June

Sunday

3:52 am

7:11 pm

22 June

Monday

3:52 am

7:12 pm

23 June

Tuesday

3:53 am

7:12 pm

24 June

Wednesday

3:53 am

7:12 pm

25 June

Thursday

3:53 am

7:12 pm

26 June

Friday

3:54 am

7:12 pm

27 June

Saturday

3:54 am

7:12 pm

28 June

Sunday

3:54 am

7:13 pm

29 June

Monday

3:55 am

7:13 pm

30 June

Tuesday

3:55 am

7:13 pm

01 July

Wednesday

3:55 am

7:13 pm

02 July

Thursday

3:56 am

7:13 pm

03 July

Friday

3:56 am

7:13 pm

04 July

Saturday

3:57 am

7:13 pm

05 July

Sunday

3:57 am

7:13 pm

06 July

Monday

3:58 am

7:13 pm

07 July

Tuesday

3:58 am

7:13 pm

08 July

Wednesday

3:59 am

7:12 pm

09 July

Thursday

3:59 am

7:12 pm

10 July

Friday

4:00 am

7:12 pm

11 July

Saturday

4:01 am

7:12 pm

12 July

Sunday

4:01 am

7:12 pm

13 July

Monday

4:02 am

7:12 pm

14 July

Tuesday

4:02 am

7:11 pm

15 July

Wednesday

4:03 am

7:11 pm

16 July

Thursday

4:04 am

7:11 pm

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