Aaron Sadiki, 9, of Clearwater (right) prays at the St. Petersburg Islamic Center while his grandfather, Wilmore Sadiki, who is Imam of the mosque, leads the Friday prayer service. Ramadan will begin within the next couple of days, depending on the sighting of the moon. Some Muslims base the beginning of Ramadan on the moon sighting in Saudi Arabia. Sadiki said those attending the mosque will base it on when the moon is sighted in the United States. "If they spot the moon Sunday, then we'll start Ramadan Monday morning," he said. "If they spot it Saturday, then we'll start it Sunday morning." Ramadan is a holy month in which Muslims fast from sunrise to sunset. The time is meant to strengthen Muslim's spirituality and relationship with God.