Eid Day? Saudi Mufti says DO NOT

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Eid Day celebrations for many Muslims begins Monday morning July 28th!

Saudi - "DO NOT FAST Ramadan any more! Because it is now the month of Shawwal" Today (July 28th) is time for the Eid (celebration) to begin! -

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Qatar - "The Day of Eid is today, Monday July 28" -

Declared already by the Grand Mufits in Australia and Saudi

Australia - "Ramadan ends with the sunset tonight (27th) and celebration of Eid begins in the morning (28th). Eid gathering at GREENACRE"

And many countries around the world will be announcing... Check back here for all updates (24 hours a day)

So HAPPY CELEBRATION - Eid Mubarak! Eid Kareem!
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Usually early in the morning, sometime after sunrise. The order of things is a bit different from the Khutbah Jummah on Fridays. Eid salat is first, then a lecture and it is not obligatory to stay for the lecture (although highly advisable).

More on the two Eids (celebrations of Islam)
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Celebrate "Eid" - www.2Eids.com
Whats Islam? | Important Islamic Dates
Please Note: Dates are according to the Day of Arafat (not local moon sightings).
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Please copy & distribute this list of Islamic dates for all public and private schools, hospitals, colleges, universities, corporate and private employers, civil service, law enforcement and government health and resource centers.

NOTE: There are other days and dates celebrated by some Muslims in various cultures. However, these are not agreed upon by all Muslims. Check with your local Islamic leader for more information.

Recognizing hese holy days not only brings awareness of the diversity within the student population, but also instills pride in Muslim students who celebrate them.
Muslim students may be embarrassed or shy to acknowledge these practices or holy days, which are not yet a part of the greater culture.
A major benefit of living in such an open and multi-cultural region as America is that people of all backgrounds and cultures can share and enjoy each other's similarities as well as differences.
We hope this information will be useful.

*After Hijrah. (Hijrah means "migration" in Arabic) This refers to the migration the Prophet Muhammad made from Mecca to Medina in the year 610 C.E., which marks the beginning of the Islamic Calendar.

Please Note: Dates are subject to local sightings of the new moon for Ramadan and eid Al Fitr - but not for Arafat and Eid Al Adhan.

Dates associated with the Hajj (pilgrimage) all have to be referred to the actual day the hujjaj (pilgrims) are on the Plain of Arafat.

About the Islamic Calendar:

The Islamic calendar (or Hijri calendar) is a purely lunar calendar. It contains 12 months that are based on the motion of the moon, and because 12 synodic months are only 12 x 29.53= 354.36 days, the Islamic calendar is consistently shorter than a tropical year, and therefore it shifts approximately 10-12 days every year with respect to the Gregorian calendar.

Islamic New Year
Marks the beginning of a New Year in the Islamic calendar. There are an estimated 1.5 billion Muslims in the world, making Muslims one of the world's largest religious group in the United States. There are an estimated 6-8 million Muslims in America, making Muslims the second largest religious group in the United States. While the majority of American Muslims were born in this country, they are from a wide variety of ethnic backgrounds: African-American, South Asian, Arab, African, Persian, and the remaining are European, Southeast Asian and Turkish.
More? JustAskIslam.com or ShareIslam.com or TubeIslam.com

tribute this list of Islamic dates for all public and private schools, hospitals, colleges, universities, corporate and private employers, civil service, law enforcement and government health and resource centers.

NOTE: There are other days and dates celebrated by some Muslims in various cultures. However, these are not agreed upon by all Muslims. Check with your local Islamic leader for more information.

Recognizing hese holy days not only brings awareness of the diversity within the student population, but also instills pride in Muslim students who celebrate them. Muslim students may be embarrassed or shy to acknowledge these practices or holy days, which are not yet a part of the greater culture. A major benefit of living in such an open and multi-cultural region as America is that people of all backgrounds and cultures can share and enjoy each other's similarities as well as differences. We hope this information will be useful.

*After Hijrah. (Hijrah means "migration" in Arabic. This refers to the migration the Prophet Muhammad made from Mecca to Medina in the year 610 C.E., which marks the beginning of the Islamic Calendar.)

Please Note: Dates are subject to local sightings of the new moon for Ramadan and eid Al Fitr - but not for Arafat and Eid Al Adhan.
Dates associated with the Hajj (pilgrimage) all have to be referred to the actual day the hujjaj (pilgrims) are on the Plain of Arafat.

About the Islamic Calendar:

The Islamic calendar (or Hijri calendar) is a purely lunar calendar. It contains 12 months that are based on the motion of the moon, and because 12 synodic months are only 12 x 29.53= 354.36 days, the Islamic calendar is consistently shorter than a tropical year, and therefore it shifts approximately 10-12 days every year with respect to the Gregorian calendar.

Islamic New Year
Marks the beginning of a New Year in the Islamic calendar. There are an estimated 1.5 billion Muslims in the world, making Muslims one of the world's largest religious group in the United States. There are an estimated 6-8 million Muslims in America, making Muslims the second largest religious group in the United States. While the majority of American Muslims were born in this country, they are from a wide variety of ethnic backgrounds: African-American, South Asian, Arab, African, Persian, and the remaining are European, Southeast Asian and Turkish.
More? JustAskIslam.com or ShareIslam.com or TubeIslam.com

 Ummrah - www.PerformHajj.com
Celebrate "Eid" -
www.2Eids.com

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#3 Shuaib Muazzm 2014-07-28 05:16
So nice.....May Allah bless you all here n here after......amee n
#2 Shah Cheema 2010-11-15 20:14
Eid Murbarak to all mt brothers and sisters around the world.
#1 muslim 2010-11-15 05:42
We have to fast on the Day of Arafat (when the pilgrims are on Arafat) not according to some mufti's moon-sighting. Eid is Tues. Arafast (fasting) is today (Monday)

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