The new emoji comes in the form of a crescent moon with a mosque. But it will show up with a hashtag #Ramadan or #Ramazan, but not #Ramzan.
On Twitter’s official Middle East account, it had earlier tweeted: “To help people around the world celebrate the ninth month of the Islamic calendar, we’re launching several initiatives to make Twitter more fun and useful every day during Ramadan.”
Describing the new feature on Periscope, it said: “Add any of the hashtags below to the title of your broadcast, then when people tap the screen, the hearts will transform into crescent moons.
Here’s what trending on Periscope:
The Arabic hashtag ‘Ramadan Kareem’ is also trending on Twitter and it has been used over 20,000 times.