Getting days off of work, rejuvenating whilst binge eating, and watching your fave TV shows – the perfect path to happiness, right? Or is it a relaxing staycation at your favourite resort?
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Fortunately, we can do all of the above, as according to the UAE Government, November 30 is believed to mark Prophet Muhammad’s (PBUH) birthday coinciding with the commemoration of Martyrs’ Day. However, this is subject to change depending on the moon sighting
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This will be followed by the UAE National Day holiday on December 2, which is falling on a Saturday this year. It is likely that December 3 will be announced as a public holiday too. Yet again, this is something that is yet to be announced.