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Muslims in New Mexico Gear Up for `Eid Al-Adha

SANTA FE – When the sun starts to drape the Sangre de Cristo Mountains during the first ten days of Dhul-Hijjah, the Muslim community of Santa Fe in New Mexico State will listen to the call to `Eid prayer echo. “It’s still beautiful, but it’s small in New Mexico. It’s like Christmas. If everybody is …

Fun Eid

How Can Muslims Celebrate, Have Fun in Eid?

Short Answer:  It is important to laugh and joke and to show the world that Islam brings great happiness to our lives. We have so many examples of our Prophet laughing and joking with his Companions and his wives. We must make our celebrations fun, being a natural part of being Muslim. We need to re-kindle our love for Islam …

Eid Al-Fitr

What Should Your Kids Know about Eid Al-Fitr

It’s time for Eid celebrations and our kids might be enjoying the festivities without knowing what’s going on. In this infograph, we got the basic information your kids should learn about Eid al-Fitr.

Kahk

How to Make Fabulous Kahk (Eid Cookies) - Watch

Eid al-fitr is the feast 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 it’s a time when people exchange gifts, wear new clothes and visit family and friends. In many Muslim countries, Eid is never complete without Kahk …

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Eid Meets West

The celebration of Eid is upon us. It is the festival of the breaking of the fast and marks the end of Ramadan (a month long fast). Many Muslims will be greeted by the phrase “Eid Mubarak” which means “Blessed Eid” sometimes followed by hugging three times.  It is a day that begins by the …

Juggling Motherhood and Celebrating `Eid

Juggling Motherhood and Celebrating `Eid

`Eid is here. It’s you, your husband, this great festivity and…a truck load of children. Even on “normal” days, quite a lot of the havoc can be overwhelming. Preparing food, getting out of the house, keeping those tantrums at bay – it sounds like it nearly can’t be done. Nonetheless, when there is a will …

Muslims Holiday

Why Do You Muslims Pray Even on Your Holiday?

Short Answer: Believers rejoice and celebrate after a month of rigorous fast. But we should never ever forget God and His blessings. This is because the core of a Muslim’s life is devotion to God and eagerness to obey and show gratitude to Him. For this reason, the core of the Eid celebration is prayer. All the festivities on …

Eid ul Adha - Time Off from Our Sorrows

Let’s make this Eid a real occasion and take the first, necessary step towards ridding our hearts and minds of discontent. Let us strive to rectify our relationships with others and improve the way we conduct our affairs.

Eid al-fitr

Creative Gift Ideas for Eid Al-Fitr

Eid-ul-Fitr is the time when Muslims mark the end of Ramadan with festive celebrations; sending their warm wishes to their dear ones, and offering them gifts as a token of their love. An important aspect of Eid celebrations is the customary exchange of thoughtful gifts among loved ones. Since the festival of Eid is around, …

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Muslims' Celebrations of Eid al-Fitr Around the World

Eid al-Fitr is a very special occasion for Muslims all over the world. It marks the end of the holy month of Ramadan when Muslims celebrate upon completing a whole month of fasting. As in most occasions, each country has its own traditions and culture when it comes to Eid celebration. In this flash, we share …



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