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On behalf of our entire administration, I would like to extend greetings of Eid Mubarak to Muslim readers. As there are various sources confirming the sighting of the moon , Muslims across the globe will be celebrating the auspicious festival of Eid Ul Fitr today. The occasion marks the end of the ninth holy month, Ramadan in which Muslims fast from dawn to dusk each day.All Muslim readers are wished an Eid of happiness,faith family and festivity.
We do, however recommend that you check your local moon sightings to confirm that Eid is being celebrated in your region.
Celebrations occur in the form of the gathering for morning prayers at mosques, exchange of gifts amongst youngsters and dining with family and friends.Cultural factors also influence the manner in which celebrations occur. Greetings, of course, occur in the form of” Eid Mubarak”.
As per our site’s tradition and ongoing unity efforts, readers are invited to extend Eid greetings to each other in the comments section.Be sure to also share how you celebrated the holiday.
Eid Mubarak and thank you for celebrating Eid with us!
On behalf of the management, Muslim readers are wished Eid Mubarak!Today, Muslims across North America celebrated the auspicious festival of Eid Ul Fitr which marks the finalization of the ninth holy month of Ramadan in which Muslims fast from dawn to dusk .As Saudi Arabia declared Eid on September 20 2009, Muslims in the middle east celebrated Eid a day earlier.We hope that all of you have a fantastic Eid filled with happiness, joy , family and faith.
Muslims all over the globe celebrated the occasion by attending morning Eid prayers at mosques, spending time with family and friends, enjoying bountiful meals based on one’ scultural background and the exchange of gifts between children and teenagers.
As apart of our ongoing unity efforts and as per our site’s tradition, readers are invited to wish each other Eid Mubarak and discuss this joyous event in the comment segment further below.Be sure to also indicate how you celebrated Eid with other readers.Non Muslim readers are also welcome to partake in discussions to learn more about the occassion.
Thank you for celebrating Eid here with us.Once again, all Muslim readers are wished a Happy Eid Mubarak!