Just today! Middle Eastern guests’ most important holiday, remember to send your blessings
Today’s Eid al-Fitr is one of the three major religious festivals in Islam. It is a major holiday for Muslims all over the world.
The end of Ramadan is one of the three most important Islamic festivals, Eid al-Fitr.
Every year’s Eid al-Fitr day depends on the moon phase. Muslims follow the month to fast, see the month of Iftar, and see the new moon on the last day of Ramadan. If you see the next day if you break the fast, it is Eid al-Fitr. If you do not see the new moon, continue. Fasting, postponement of the festival, generally not more than 3 days.
This year’s Eid al-Fitr is expected to fall on June 15. However, due to different geographical locations in each country, time may vary slightly. (For example, Pakistani media reported that the UAE predicts that it will see the new moon on the night of June 14th, then on June 15th it will be Eid al-Fitr, but Pakistan’s side is very unlikely to see the new moon on the evening of the 14th. They are expected to break fast on June 16th, but they may also be consistent with other countries on June 15.
The timetables for specific countries’ holidays are as follows:
On Eid al-Fitr, Muslims generally get up very early and can eat something after praying early, symbolizing the end of Ramadan. Then go to the mosque and listen to the monks and the Qur’an. Then pray in the direction of Mecca. On this day, Muslims will visit relatives and friends, embrace each other’s greetings, have dinner, and restore contact between friends and relatives. There will also be some lively celebrations around the country.
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