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Let Us Rejoice at `Eid

Congratulation on the blessed `Eid! May Allah make such occasions a continuous joy for all Muslims! O my beloved, this is `Eid; it is the day of joy, delight, and purity. Allah says: {Say: In the bounty of Allah and in His mercy therein let them rejoice. It is better than what they hoard} (Yunus 10:58). …


Teaching Our Kids About Eid

In this counseling answer: •Instead of telling our kids about Prophet Ibrahim and his story, why not ask them to go and search for information about Prophet Ibrahim. To have this done in a safe way, we have to give them some supervision time. •Let him/her come up with Eid Nasheeds and choose one either to …


Eid Songs By Muslim Singers (Special Collection)

Eidun Saeed by Maher Zain Chorus: Eidun sa’eed (Happy Eid) Let’s enjoy this happy day Eidun mubarak (Blessed Eid) Come on let’s celebrate! (2) Celebrate, let’ celebrate Allah, Allah Thank You for this day! Harris J – Eid Mubarak Yeah today when we all come together Having fun making beautiful memories Alhamdulillah, alhamdulillah …

Tips For an Enlightening Eid Al Adha

Tips For an Enlightening Eid Al Adha

There is nothing like a celebration to serve as an “icebreaker” to let loved ones know about your newfound religion. Local mosques can support reverts to Islam by hosting an Eid get-together geared specifically towards new Muslims and their families…

How Can We Make `Eid Fun?

How Can We Make Eid Fun?

In the Name of Allah, Most Gracious, Most Merciful.  All praise and thanks are due to Allah, and peace and blessings be upon His Messenger. In this Fatwa: 1- Eid is supposed to be fun 2- The Prophet allowed two girls to sing using duff. 3- The Abyssinian kids were dancing with their spears and …


Children Watch Animal Slaughtering on Eid, Is It OK?

In this counseling answer: •I would assess your child’s knowledge of Eid Al-Adha, experiences with hearing or glimpsing previous sacrifices as well as discussing with them how they may respond emotionally. •This is also a good time to discuss the history and significance Eid-Al-Adha, and the importance of obedience to Allah SWT. •You may also …

Celebrating Eid is Difficult for You?

Don't Feel Like Celebrating This Eid?

Well, you may have some valid reasons behind your feelings: 1- Eid Al-Adha is different from Eid Al-Fitr. Here, you did not fast for 30 days and break your fast on the day of Eid. There is no change of habits. You don’t get that happiness that accompanies your first breakfast among family and friend …

Make 'Eid Fun For Young People

Make 'Eid Fun For Young People

How can we make ‘Eid fun for our kids and young people? We should make them feel it is a very special holiday so that they can be excited for it!

Best Things to Do in the 10 Best Days of the Year

Best Things to Do in the 10 Best Days of the Year

Since these are the best days of the entire year for a Muslim, both pilgrims and those who are not performing hajj, seemingly ‘idle’ moments during them can also be spent in doing a very easy act of worship – dhikr…

`Eid Al-Adha Expected on August 22

MAKKAH – `Eid Al-Adha is expected to start on Wednesday, August 22, with MoonSighting.com citing astronomical calculations, as world Muslims await the final confirmation of the sighting of Dhul-Hijjah moon. “The Astronomical New Moon (conjunction) is on August 11, 2018 (Saturday) at 9:58 UT. This is when the solar eclipse occurs. On August 11, the …

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