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The Islamic New Year, or Hijri New Year, falls on the first day of Muharram and is observed by over two billion Muslims worldwide. The day commemorates the Prophet Muhammad's migration from Mecca to Medina, marking the start of the Islamic calendar. Observances vary globally, from prayers and fasting to cultural performances and educational events.


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