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When Is the Hijri New Year Holiday for UAE Private Sector?

People of the UAE, Start Planning Your Next Staycation Because a Public Holiday Is Just Around the Corner

The UAE Federal Authority for Government Human Resources (FAHR) has announced that Sunday, Aug. 23 will be a public holiday for the nation's public sector workers to mark the celebration of the Hijri New Year. Work will resume on Monday, Aug. 24.

The news was announced on FAHR's official Twitter account earlier this week.

Those working in the nation's private sector will also receive Sunday, Aug. 23 off in celebration of the Islamic New Year.

The remaining UAE public holidays for the year are expected to take place on the following days:

Prophet Muhammad's Birthday

Prophet Muhammed's birthday will fall on the 12th day of the Islamic month of Rabi' Al Awwal, which is expected to take place on either Wednesday, Oct. 28, or Thursday, Oct. 29 of this year.

Commemoration Day and National Day

Commemoration Day will take place on Tuesday, Dec. 1, with National Day set to take place from Wednesday, Dec. 2 to Thursday, Dec. 3.

Right then, we'll leave you to plan your staycation for the upcoming long weekend and, don't worry, this week will fly by and the weekend will be here soon.

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