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Saturday, August 18, 2012

Eid-ul-Fitr

Eid-Ul-Fitr is a pleasant time of joy when Muslims end their Fast. Muslims have two major festivals:
    Arabic Eid Mubarak!
  1. Eid-ul-Fitr: Celebrate the end of Ramadhan.
  2. Eid-ul-Adha: At the time of Hajj.
The night before Eid-Ul-Fitr is called 'Laylat-ul-Jaa-izah' (The night of Reward). We should involve ourselves in worship this night too.

This is the night Allah (subhana wa ta'ala) bestows His rewards to those who have spent Ramadhan in worship.

It is recommended on the day of Eid to wear the best clothes. To perform the 'Eid Salah' is Wajib, it consists of two Rak'a and the Khutbah after the Eid Salah is also Wajib.

We are encouraged to greet our family members, friends or other Muslims with the greeting 'Eid Mubarak' (Blessed Holiday).

Also the Prophet (peace be upon him) asked us not to forget the poor people from our charities on that day.

It is recommended that everybody participate and witness the Eid prayer including those who are exempted for certain reasons. Fasting is prohibited on Eid.

May I take this opportunity to thank all my friends, followers, & the wonderful words you share on this blog. Keep them coming, its what keeps me going :)

I love your comments & more importantly I love you all... Have a blessed day, inshAllah... Eid Mubarak!

12 comments:

  1. Masha'Allah, a very great post with great reminders of what Eid is! JazakAllah khair!
    Eid Mubarak brother!

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  2. Perfect Presentation!
    You have explained it all -- though briefly, yet very impressive and informative indeed!
    Your audience is bound to benefit from it inshaAllah.
    Keep up good work for the sake of Allah subhannahu wa taallaah.

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  3. Aid Mubarak All , really good job Thank you a lot ^__^
    كل عام و أنتَ بخير

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  4. Eid mubarak for all moeslem around the world :)

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  5. salam, eid mubarak to you and family

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  6. May Allah (swt) accept all your fasting, your prayers, your deeds and reward your sins Insha Allah. Eid Mubarak.

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  7. eid Mubarak :) .. may we all carry with us wat we learnt frm dis month throughout our lives. Ameen

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  8. Asalamu alaikum warahmatulahi wabarakatuhu,

    @rose water - JazakAllah khair for your lovely words, Khair Mubarak.

    @TariqMian - Thank you for your detail, your comments keep me going.

    @Oum Madridista - Khair Mubarak, your welcome.

    @Fia Hidayat - Khair Mubarak, jazakAllah khair :)

    @♥●• İzdihër •●♥ - Khair Mubarak.

    @cookingvarieties - Walaikum asalam, khair mubarak & wishing you & your family a blessed day also.

    @Beauty Of Islam - Aameen, (forgive my sins inshAllah) & khair mubarak.

    @avecwings - Khair mubarak, Aameen :)

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  9. Eid Mubarak - I hope you had a productive Ramadan.

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  10. Eid Mubarak!

    I hope today was filled with tons of fun and blessings for you and yours.

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  11. @Karima - Khair mubarak, I hope Allah (subhana wa ta'ala) accept inshAllah.

    @Brocha Khair mubarak! alhamdulillah.

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