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HMRPROTM Probiotics Wish You A Happy Eid Al Adha
- Aug 21, 2018 -


Eid al-Adha, the second and most important of the Eid holidays, is approaching in just a few days, and millions of Muslims are expected to gather for the occasion.
Eid al-Adha sees the celebration of a major event in the Islamic religion and is marked with feasting, finery and sharing.
In preparation for the festival, a pilgrimage to Mecca is also taking place, as each Muslim is expected to perform Hajj at least once in their lifetime.
With revellers taking to the streets and gathering as the festival approaches, how do you wish them a happy Eid?


What is Eid?
Eid is the name for two occasions in Muslim culture in which copious celebration and prayer takes place over a period of days.
Eid al-Fitr most recently took place in May and was marked by a period of fasting for all Muslims.
Eid al-Fitr saw all those able to fast do so and the festival of Ramadan took place in celebration of their efforts, which saw feasting and celebration en masse.


Both Eid al-Fitr and Eid al-Adha, were founded by the Prophet Mohammed, following his migration from the holy city Mecca.
Eid al-Adha, coming this week, is a celebration of following the word of God (Allah).
Centred around the prophet Ibrahim, Muslims celebrate Ibrahim’s willingness to sacrifice his most treasured possession (his son) at the word of the lord.
As Ibrahim was about to do so, God replaced his son with a goat, which was sacrificed in his stead.
For Eid al-Adha every year, the act is celebrated by sacrificing cattle and livestock, and the meat divided between friends, neighbours and the poor.


How do you wish someone a happy Eid?
This year, Eid will take place from August 21 to Saturday, August 25.
In order to wish those celebrating a happy Eid, you can say the phrase ‘Eid Mubarak’.
Literally translated, Eid means 'celebration' and Mubarak means 'blessed', so together you wish someone a “blessed Eid”.

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