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1. The Islamic conference (Organization of Islamic countries, O.I.C.) should set up a world moon sighting committee which will have a rotating headquarters. This can only be achieved if a motion is put forward by any of the member Muslim countries present at the Islamic conference.
2. The world moon sighting committee whose decision will be law, can divide the globe into zones (this would be in accordance with shar'iah law) and countries with in one zone can start the Ramadan, Eids and every Islamic month on the same day.
NOTE: Zone 1- From China to Iraqi sea, Zone 2- From Iraqi sea to Libya, Zone 3- From Libya to the last part of Morocco, Zone 4- All America, Zone 5- From New Zealand to Malaysia.
3. Every Muslim country has its crescent sighting committee so we believe that it must take its duty to gather information about moon sighting and pass this on to the world moon sighting committee and it can only announce crescent sighting after the world moon sighting committee has made its decision.
4. Every Muslim country has observatories and these should be in the control of the local moon sighting committee. The work of the observatories should include research into information published regarding the moon and the planets by the Royal observatory and other non-Muslim observatories so that accurate information is passed on to the world moon sighting committee.