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Posts Tagged ‘Eid’

Eid Mubarak!

Friday, September 10, 2010 @ 03:09 PM
Abbas Karimjee[ Administrator/ Owner]

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!

Eid Al Adha Set for November 28 2009

Friday, November 27, 2009 @ 07:11 AM
Abbas Karimjee[ Administrator/ Owner]

Indeed reports from both   ISIJ of Toronto and Islami Center  have confirmed that the first of Dhul Hajj was indeed on November 19 2009. Accordingly, the ninth of Dhul Hajj which marks the Islamic festival  of  Eid Al  Adha  is set for November 28 2009 for Muslims  readers within North America.

Based on the moon sightings in the Middle East, Saudi Arabia has declared Eid today, on November 27 2009 and  Muslim readers who  are celebrating Eid in accordance to the lunar calendar of Saudi Arabia are wished a happy Eid Muburak.

Readers should note that our site will be hosting Eid celebrations.A post , which offers Eid greetings , explains the importance of the event and how it is celebrated will be created on Eid day[November  28 2008].As well,   readers will  be encouraged to greet each other Eid Mubarak in the comment section and  discuss  this joyous  event.

We  lookforward tocelebrating Eid with the community tommorow!

Eid Mubarak!

Monday, September 21, 2009 @ 07:09 PM
Abbas Karimjee[ Administrator/ Owner]

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.

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 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!

Eid Mubarak

Monday, December 8, 2008 @ 11:12 AM
Abbas Karimjee[ Administrator/ Owner]

We would like to wish all Muslim readers  an  Eid Mubarak.Eid Al Adha will be celebrated over the next  couple of days by Muslims all over the world.Muslims who follow the  Saudi Arabian lunar calendar will celebrate today[December 8 2008] while  Muslims who  follow their local  lunar calendar will celebrate on December 9 2008[tommorow]We hope that all  of you have a fantastic  Eid filled with happiness, joy , family and faith.


                       Why We Celebrate Eid-Remembering The True Meaning

Muslims will be celerating Eid in  honour of Prophet  Ibrahim’s willingness to sacrifice his child, Ishamael .His willingness was brought from a dream he had from Allah who ordered im to sacrifice Ismahel in Allah’s name.ProphetIbrahim knew that this was a real order  and followed the command.Just when Ibrahim was about to sacrifice his son who was more than willing to partake in the process, Allah removed  Ismail and replaced it with a sheep.This is why Muslims in Hajj sacrifice a sheep in the name of God every year.We do it  to symbolize our love for God .

                              Lets Celebrate!

Overthe proceeding days, Muslims will attend the Mosque to pray special Eid prayers, greet one another and then celebrate the day through festive meals with family and friends.Celebrations can last from  one -three days.Gifts will also be exchanged for children and teenagers.Best clothes are worn and greetings occur in the form of” Eid Mubarak”.



  Muslim Unity

This Eid we ae encouraging readers to use the comments area below to wish each other Eid Mubarak and discuss this joyous occasion.Other Islamic orientated topics canbe discussed as well.

Non Muslims are invited to use this oportunity to learn more about Eid as well.


Just remember to follow our official discussion policy for the online safety of all readers.


Eid Mubarak and keep the monitor locked here  for exciting discussions!

Eid Al Adha Confirmed for December 9 2008

Tuesday, December 2, 2008 @ 03:12 PM
Abbas Karimjee[ Administrator/ Owner]

We are pleased to report that Eid Al Adha is set for December 9 2008.

The first of Dhul Al Hijja ,according to ISIJ of Toronto  and the ISIA of Ottawa,  occurred on November 30 2008and  Eid Al Adha is accordingly on  the  9th of Dhul Al Hajj for residents of North America .


Saudi Arabia has declared that Eid will be on December 8 2008.Muslim readers who celebrate Eid in accordance to Saudi Arabia’s declaration as opposed to their  local calendar will celebrate on December 8 2008.

We would like to wish all Muslim readers an early Eid  Mubarak.However, it should be noted that this not our official Eid Mubarak greeting.Our official Eid Al Adha post will be posted    on the day of[Dcember 9 2008] and will contain greetings,  overview of this important Islamic holiday and  discussion opportunities for Muslim readers regarding  greetings and other Islamic  orientated discussions. Discussions will be hekld all day.Together we can remember!

Non Muslims are also  invited to use this opportunity to learn about this exciting Islamic festival through reading and participating in the discussions.

All readers are reminded to  act in accordance to our official discussion policy.We hope to have many readers to visit the post and participate in Eid greetings and/or  relevant discussions.Information regarding our official policy can be obtained by following the link  placed directly below.Readers are thanked in advance for abiding by the policy which  ensures online safety for all readers.

We  forward to assisting you in having a joyous Eid. Keep the moniter locked on our site during Eid day for funfilled Islamic events !