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Muslims worldwide will celebrate `Eid Al-Fitr, which crowns the end of the holy fasting month of Ramadan, on Sunday, June 25, after Saudi officials confirmed seeing the moon of Shawwal.
I left home in what seemed the middle of the night and took the underground train to Baker Street, the closest station to Regent's Park. I had been told that Muslims dress in their best clothes for the `Eid Prayers, so I had put on a suit and tie and polished my shoes until I could see my face in them.
The month of Ramadan is like the preseason camp for a football team or the prelaunch work for a new store or the development time for a new product. The football season only starts after the camp is over. The store opens after the prelaunch work and the product goes to market after the development time is over.
Eid al-fitr is the feast holiday that marks the end of Ramadan. Because after a month-long of fasting, we’re going to be feasting. Eid al-Fitr celebrations last for 3 days, and ...