Muslim Eid Celebration?


Eid-ul-Fitr is the festival for the first day after Ramadan, the month of worship, contemplation and fasting. The three day festival marks the breaking of the fast for Muslims at the end of Ramadan. Eid, as it is called in short, is a time for family and friends to get together and celebrate with good food, presents for children and charity giving.
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Eid-ul-Fitr is traditionally celebrated with 3 days of feasting, prayer and charity.
Since ‘id is celebrated with gift-giving, the highly decorated shops and markets are open till late at night for last minute shoppers. On the eve before ‘id, women and children get together to decorate their hands with henna. Staying up late preparing food for the next day, the whole house is a hub of activity and excitement. For the children who kept their first fast, their Eid is special. They are rewarded by family and friends with gifts, extra attention and compliments for their achievement.
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Explain the significance of Ramadan early in the month. Prepare a short note, postcard or e-mail explaining briefly the month. Include a reference for them to visit to learn more
We celebrate eid because our religious festival prescribe to us by Allah (the all mighty)and his messenger(saw).
Eid-ul=Fitr is celebrated as a celebration of the Ending of the month of Ramadan. Ramamdan is a month of fasting. After this month Allah has given the permission to celebrate it.
The first is Eid Al Adha, which means the "Fest of
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