When Does the Islamic New Year 2014 Begin? Get dates from your Almanac.
The first day in the Islamic lunar calendar always begins at the first sighting of the lunar crescent after the new Moon in the month of Muharram.
The crescent Moon may be visible a day or so after the new Moon, but weather and other factors may delay the sighting.
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Islamic New Year Dates
|Year||First Day of the Islamic New Year|
|2012||Thursday, November 15|
|2013||Monday, November 4|
|2014||Saturday, October 25|