Tuesday, August 21, 2018

May the magic of this Eid bring lots of happiness in your life

My peace and joy embrace your life 

Eid Al Adha translates to the ‘Feast of the Sacrifice.’ Eid al Adha commemorates the time when Prophet Ibrahim wanted to sacrifice his only son Ishmael as an act of his faith to God. Just as he was about to kill his son, Angel Jibreel appeared to him and offered him a sheep for Ishmael’s son. Muslims celebrate Eid al Adha annually to honor Ibrahim’s complete obedience in Allah as well as to act as a reminder for their willingness to sacrifice anything to worship Allah or as per Allah's commands. 






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