In about two months from now, the islamic hijri year of 1430 will come to an end. Some of you may have wondered what would be the corresponding christian dates for islamic events of the year 1431 AH (anno hegira, after hijrah). Some of you might have been wondering when Ramadan starts next year, at what dates would the eid ul fitr and eid ul adha come, or when will be the next islamic year. All these you can find out with the newly released printable islamic calendar 2010 from Alhabib Islamic Web Service.
As last year, this calendar is available in two format. One is based on the Ummulqura Calendar System of Saudi Arabia and the other one is based on the suggested Global Islamic Calendar. The former is a civil calendar used in many middle east countries, whereas the later is based on the global prediction of crescent moon visibility. You will have the references two these two types of calendar in the linked page above. There you will be presented with the calendar in a combo, hijri-christian format. There is a also a list of the most important islamic dates in that year. And last but not least, there you can download the 2010 Ummulqura islamic calendar as a A4-sized, decorated, printable PDF document.