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All Welcome at New Zealand Muslims `Eid Celebration - About Islam

All Welcome at New Zealand Muslims `Eid Celebration

Muslims gathering at Manawatu Multicultural Center to celebrate `Eid Al-Adha on Saturday, August 17, opened their doors to welcome more than 2000 people to share fun and entertainment, Stuff reported. Manawatū Multicultural Council president Rana Naser said the region’s Muslims wanted the wider community to see and understand what made them different and what unites …

Texas Muslims Show Spirit of Giving during `Eid - About Islam

Texas Muslims Show Spirit of Giving during `Eid

Through efforts big and small, American Muslims showed their generous side during the occasion of`Eid Al-Adha. Houston business owner Wajahat Zaidi, co-owner of Austin Chai Wala – Houston, a food truck serving tea, snacks, and sandwiches, talked to AboutIslam.net about his company’s recent profit-sharing efforts. He said he and his business partner, Ahmed Malik, decided …

Charity Partners with Mosque to Distribute `Eid Meat - About Islam

Charity Partners with Mosque to Distribute `Eid Meat

The less fortunate in the East London district of Shadwell got their share of`Eid Al-Adhajoy, thanks to an international Muslim charity which distributed 100 bags of Udhiyah meat in partnership with the local mosque. “There are many families struggling financially throughout the year who find it harder to feel the joy of `Eid Al-Adha,” East …

Wisconsin Muslims Celebrate Joyful `Eid Al-Adha - About Islam

Wisconsin Muslims Celebrate Joyful `Eid Al-Adha

A week of somber news reports could not stem the feeling of joy last Sunday as thousands of Milwaukee-area Muslims gathered to celebrate `Eid Al-Adha at the Wisconsin Center downtown and at mosques around the city, Wisconsin Muslim Journal reported. “It’s really nice to see the community all together and to have a support system …

`Eid Al-Adha at Regent Park

`Eid Al-Adha Greetings from UK

British Muslims gathered on Sunday, following Saudi Arabia, and on Monday, following the moon, to celebrate `Eid across the country. The three-day festival of `Eid brought men and women, Muslims and non-Muslims, together in what is traditionally known as the Festival of Sacrifice. Central London Mosque in Regents Park ran 6 `Eid prayers and sermons …

Yogurt

Health Benefits of Yogurt for Eid

Yogurt is a popular food in different cultures in spite of vegan controversies raised about it. Fortunately, though, this controversy only pertains to commercially produced cow milk and milk products. As one of the oldest foods known to man, yogurt is a product of pure milk. Indeed, “We give you to drink of what is …

Houston Muslims & `Eid Traditions - About Islam

Houston Muslims & `Eid Traditions

For Houston Muslims, `Eid Al-Adha is full of spiritual significance, steeped in religious tradition and marked by generosity to friends, families, and neighbors. It’s also a time for henna parties, youth socials, carnivals at local mosques, and beating your parents at fasting on the Day of Arafah. Chrystal Said, a mother of five and principal …

Wake

This `Eid Start the Early Wake

A distinctive prayer performed after sunrise marks the start of `Eid for Muslims around the world. What follows are days of `Eid fun, family, feasting, and holidaying is celebrated. Yet, launching a holiday by waking up early is definitely paradoxical to our modern minds! Every day as the alarm clock rings we wish we could …

Ramadan,`Eid, and Family Conflicts

`Eid and Family Conflicts

In this counseling answer: • A Muslim is required to be kind even to his non-Muslim relatives. • My advice to you is try your best not to focus on how your family reacts to you, but go and attempt to do what Allah (swt)loves for His sake alone. • We must find it in …

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 …



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