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Eid Holidays

Eid Holidays | Facts About Islamic Holidays

There are two Eid holidays in the Islamic Calendar. The first one, Eid ul-Fitr is the is celebrated the first three days after the month of Ramadan. The holiday is celebrated by a morning prayer gathering in the community followed by visits to family and friends and lots of food. Children especially look forward to Eid because they receive gifts of money and toys from elder family members. The second Eid, which occurs approximately two and a half months after the first Eid, is called Eid al-Adha. This Eid commemorates the obedience and faith of Prophet Abraham to God. It is also celebrated very similarly to the Eid ul-Fitr by a morning community Eid prayer followed by spending time with family, friends and food. Children gets gifts on this holiday as well.

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