The Department of Islamic Affairs and Charitable Activities in Dubai has released a list of mosques and prayer halls designated for Eid Al Adha prayers. The Department confirmed that 851 mosques and prayer halls are available throughout the emirate. It encouraged residents to select the nearest mosque or prayer hall for their Eid prayers. On Friday, the Sharjah Islamic Affairs Department announced the allocation of 640 prayer halls and mosques within the emirate for Eid Al Adha prayers. Additionally, several mosques and chapels have been set aside for non-Arabic speakers, offering services in languages such as Urdu, Malayalam, Tamil, and English. Simultaneous translation of the Eid sermon in sign language is also provided for individuals with hearing impairments. Eid Al Adha is celebrated on the 10th day of the Islamic month of Dhul Hijjah, which is on Sunday, June 16. Below are the prayer timings across the seven emirates.