Ramadan 2017 USA Calendar, Dates With Fasting Times


Islam is the 5th largest religion in the Muslim followers of 3.3, which is about 1 percent of a total US population of USA. Insha'ALLAH, 1st Ramadan 2017 will begin on May the 27th in the United States. The last day of Ramadan, as there are Shawwal crescent moon visibility chances by telescope is expected to be on June 24th. Otherwise it can be seen that the possibility of poor weather conditions because, Ramadan will be 30 days long and June 25, will end on Sunday. (FCNA / ISNA ISNA has not confirmed dates yet confirmed our dates)

Ramadan Calendar 2017 USA With Suhoor-o-Iftar Timings

Calculation Method: Islamic Society of North America 
RamadanDateDaySuhoor Times
(New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Houston, Philadelphia)
Iftar Times
(New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Houston, Philadelphia)
127th MaySaturday03:54 AM - 04:23 AM - 03:42 AM - 05:07 AM - 04:04 AM08:17 PM - 07:56 PM - 08:16 PM - 08:16 PM - 08:19 PM
228th MaySunday03:53 AM - 04:23 AM - 03:41 AM - 05:07 AM - 04:03 AM08:18 PM - 07:57 PM - 08:17 PM - 08:17 PM - 08:20 PM
329th MayMonday03:52 AM - 04:22 AM - 03:40 AM - 05:07 AM - 04:02 AM08:19 PM - 07:58 PM - 08:18 PM - 08:17 PM - 08:21 PM
430th MayTuesday03:51 AM - 04:22 AM - 03:39 AM - 05:06 AM - 04:01 AM08:20 PM - 07:58 PM - 08:18 PM - 08:18 PM - 08:22 PM
531st MayWednesday03:51 AM - 04:21 AM - 03:38 AM - 05:06 AM - 04:01 AM08:20 PM - 07:59 PM - 08:19 PM - 08:18 PM - 08:23 PM
61st JuneThursday03:50 AM - 04:21 AM - 03:37 AM - 05:05 AM - 04:00 AM08:21 PM - 07:59 PM - 08:20 PM - 08:19 PM - 08:23 PM
72nd JuneFriday03:49 AM - 04:20 AM - 03:37 AM - 05:05 AM - 03:59 AM08:22 PM - 08:00 PM - 08:21 PM - 08:19 PM - 08:24 PM
83rd JuneSaturday03:48 AM - 04:20 AM - 03:36 AM - 05:05 AM - 03:59 AM08:23 PM - 08:01 PM - 08:21 PM - 08:20 PM - 08:25 PM
94th JuneSunday03:48 AM - 04:19 AM - 03:35 AM - 05:05 AM - 03:58 AM08:23 PM - 08:01 PM - 08:22 PM - 08:20 PM - 08:25 PM
105th JuneMonday03:47 AM - 04:19 AM - 03:35 AM - 05:04 AM - 03:57 AM08:24 PM - 08:02 PM - 08:23 PM - 08:21 PM - 08:26 PM
116th JuneTuesday03:47 AM - 04:19 AM - 03:34 AM - 05:04 AM - 03:57 AM08:25 PM - 08:02 PM - 08:23 PM - 08:21 PM - 08:27 PM
127th JuneWednesday03:46 AM - 04:18 AM - 03:34 AM - 05:04 AM - 03:56 AM08:25 PM - 08:03 PM - 08:24 PM - 08:22 PM - 08:27 PM
138th JuneThursday03:46 AM - 04:18 AM - 03:33 AM - 05:04 AM - 03:56 AM08:26 PM - 08:03 PM - 08:25 PM - 08:22 PM - 08:28 PM
149th JuneFriday03:45 AM - 04:18 AM - 03:33 AM - 05:04 AM - 03:56 AM08:26 PM - 08:04 PM - 08:25 PM - 08:22 PM - 08:28 PM
1510th JuneSaturday03:45 AM - 04:18 AM - 03:33 AM - 05:04 AM - 03:55 AM08:27 PM - 08:04 PM - 08:26 PM - 08:23 PM - 08:29 PM
1611th JuneSunday03:45 AM - 04:17 AM - 03:32 AM - 05:04 AM - 03:55 AM08:28 PM - 08:05 PM - 08:26 PM - 08:23 PM - 08:29 PM
1712th JuneMonday03:44 AM - 04:17 AM - 03:32 AM - 05:04 AM - 03:55 AM08:28 PM - 08:05 PM - 08:27 PM - 08:24 PM - 08:30 PM
1813th JuneTuesday03:44 AM - 04:17 AM - 03:32 AM - 05:04 AM - 03:55 AM08:28 PM - 08:05 PM - 08:27 PM - 08:24 PM - 08:30 PM
1914th JuneWednesday03:44 AM - 04:17 AM - 03:32 AM - 05:04 AM - 03:54 AM08:29 PM - 08:06 PM - 08:28 PM - 08:24 PM - 08:31 PM
2015th JuneThursday03:44 AM - 04:17 AM - 03:32 AM - 05:04 AM - 03:54 AM08:29 PM - 08:06 PM - 08:28 PM - 08:25 PM - 08:31 PM
2116th JuneFriday03:44 AM - 04:17 AM - 03:32 AM - 05:04 AM - 03:54 AM08:30 PM - 08:07 PM - 08:28 PM - 08:25 PM - 08:32 PM
2217th JuneSaturday03:44 AM - 04:17 AM - 03:32 AM - 05:04 AM - 03:54 AM08:30 PM - 08:07 PM - 08:29 PM - 08:25 PM - 08:32 PM
2318th JuneSunday03:44 AM - 04:17 AM - 03:32 AM - 05:04 AM - 03:54 AM08:30 PM - 08:07 PM - 08:29 PM - 08:26 PM - 08:32 PM
2419th JuneMonday03:44 AM - 04:18 AM - 03:32 AM - 05:04 AM - 03:55 AM08:31 PM - 08:07 PM - 08:29 PM - 08:26 PM - 08:33 PM
2520th JuneTuesday03:44 AM - 04:18 AM - 03:32 AM - 05:04 AM - 03:55 AM08:31 PM - 08:08 PM - 08:30 PM - 08:26 PM - 08:33 PM
2621st JuneWednesday03:44 AM - 04:18 AM - 03:32 AM - 05:05 AM - 03:55 AM08:31 PM - 08:08 PM - 08:30 PM - 08:26 PM - 08:33 PM
2722nd JuneThursday03:45 AM - 04:18 AM - 03:33 AM - 05:05 AM - 03:55 AM08:31 PM - 08:08 PM - 08:30 PM - 08:26 PM - 08:33 PM
2823rd JuneFriday03:45 AM - 04:18 AM - 03:33 AM - 05:05 AM - 03:55 AM08:32 PM - 08:08 PM - 08:30 PM - 08:27 PM - 08:33 PM
2924th JuneSaturday03:45 AM - 04:19 AM - 03:33 AM - 05:05 AM - 03:56 AM08:32 PM - 08:09 PM - 08:30 PM - 08:27 PM - 08:34 PM
30
(New York, Boston. Los Angeles, Fort Worth, Chicago, Columbus, San Diego, Indianapolis, Philadelphia, San Francisco, Houston, San Jose, Phoenix, Jacksonville, Dallas, Austin, San Antonio, etc.)
25th JuneSunday03:46 AM - 04:19 AM - 03:34 AM - 05:06 AM - 03:56 AM08:32 PM - 08:09 PM - 08:30 PM - 08:27 PM - 08:34 PM
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Ramadan Calendar 2017 USA

Ramadan USA Dates Schedule

YearFirst Day of RamadanLast Day of Ramadan
201518th June, Thursday17th July, Friday
20167th June, Tuesday6th July, Wednesday
201727th May, Saturday24th June, Saturday
201817th May, Thursday14th June, Thursday
20196th May, Monday4th June, Tuesday
202024th April, Friday23rd May, Saturday
202113th April, Tuesday12th May, Wednesday
20223rd April, Sunday2nd May, Monday
202323rd March, Thursday21st April, Friday
202411th March, Monday9th April, Tuesday
About Ramadan Month

Ramadan is a month of fasting, in which the sun is during the hours. The faster you can drink after a meal or in the morning sun rises and sets, the only means. It is an act of worship, and a process of how beautiful to see that the more united thousands of people in each case. Ramadan Muslims to unite in a more religious ritual of fasting from dawn to sunset in the world, this time of year. They carry a heavy meal before dawn wake up, eat (fast) and then quickly begin offering morning prayers. At sunset, they break the fast with fruit varieties and prepare food to break the fast. Sunrise in the time between dawn and sunset, the food, the water, to avoid every kind of liquid, and unwanted sexual behavior. We must cleanse ourselves from all evils and sins of a society. This is not only a spiritual but also a test of physical endurance test by hunger.

Ramadan is the ninth lunar month and is mainly to start with the new moon and ending with the moon next month. The period of fasting depends on their respective times, will be different for each region. Fasting is one of the five pillars of Islam and 12. responsibility for fasting is mentioned in the Qur'an years old (refrigerator) is obligatory for every Muslim;

"Believers, which was prescribed for those before you, you are fasting, you might have feared God consciousness." - Qur'an, Al-Baqarah: 183


It is essential for all healthy people fasting and some exceptions are allowed for people who fall into any of the categories below;

Children under the age of maturity. Girls ages before reaching the age of 12 and boys reach 15, they must fast to develop a habit, half a day or so.
Old people and to those who are too sick to go fast. Instead they feed one poor person for each day that goes ignored.
The days are pregnant or menstruating women can leave for later days.
People are hard-labor jobs or travel, can sign up for the missed days later when they have time.

Islam is no exception does not want to put unnecessary burdens on their followers. Any person accidentally or unknowingly eats or drinks and some situations. In such a case does not break the fast and instead required a sentence which is also known as the penalty be paid. The penalty has to arrange food for poor people and take responsibility for their fasting. Atonement is something to be learned was to communicate with different details for different situations.