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December 7, 2021

Eid al-Adha or the Great Eid is one of the important holidays for Muslims. It will be the tenth day of the month of Dhul-Hijjah in the Hijri calendar, and after the day of Arafah (the Waqf of Arafah), which is one of the most important rituals of Hajj for Muslims. The day of Eid and the next days after it are called the days of sacrifice and the days of Tashreeq, and Muslim pilgrims spend them in Mina and stoning the Jamarat there. Eid begins with the Eid prayer. This Eid is linked to the slaughter of sheep or other livestock, because Muslims consider it the day on which God asked the Prophet Ibrahim to slaughter his son Ismail as a test for him, but our Lord sent him a sheep to redeem it, and that is why Muslims in memory of this day slaughter sheep or other livestock and distribute Part of the flesh on the vertebra.

Eid in Egypt

Eid al-Adha in Egypt is known as the Great Eid, and one of its manifestations in Egypt is the Eid prayer, the Eid Takbir, slaughtering sheep, eating them, distributing part of their meat to the poor, visiting the soil, which is an old Egyptian custom, distributing Eid al-Adha to children, and wearing new clothes. Go out to break and visit relatives and family.

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Eid al-Fitr (Little Eid) Muslims used to greet each other as soon as they finished performing the Eid prayer, where each Muslim would shake hands with the Muslim saying “May Allah accept from us and you” and “Happy New Year.” And used to visit relatives and Maidthm. Jubayr bin Nufair said:

Eid al-Adha

The companions of the Messenger of God, when they met on the day of Eid, would say to each other: May Allah accept from us and you

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