Eid By Muhammad Hassan Ali
History of Eid • Eid is a three-day holiday to mark the end of Ramadan, a special occasion to fast for up to 30 days. Eid is an Arabic word meaning ’festivity’ , while fitr means 'Conclusion of the fast’ and so the holiday the conclusion of the thirty days conclusion of dawn-to-sunset fasting. The first day of Eid, therefore, falls on the first day of Shaawal.
How We Celebrate • It is haaram, of forbidden to fast on Eid, so we use a recommended small breakfast preferably the fruit date before attending the special Eid Prayer. After we go to our house or another house if invited and do talks about the daily lives of us and Islam and what for the future itself after we go stuff ourselves before going to the toilet if you get diarrhoea as I do usually.
Zakar • There are 2 billion Muslims in the world and we buy gifts for people who have prayed all the time and gave what they wanted and it is time that we become more reciprocal . We also give to the poorest Islamic communities. And provide equipment and food for them.