Idol Fitri Greeting
Jakarta-All administrators and staff of PT Intikom Berlian Mustika would like to send a warm greeting to everyone who celebrates Eid Al-Fitr. May God’s blessings of God bring you hope and faith for Eid Al-Fitr and for eternity and joy.
Please note that due to the Eid Al-Fitr holidays, the Intokom office will be temporarily closed from 23 June 2017 to 30 June 2017. Normal business hours will resume on Monday, July 3, 2017.
Eid Mubarak from us to you and your family! The Gallup Pakistan team offers HAPPY EID MUBARAK and Best Wishes
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Best wishes and prayers for a happy future!
Dr. Ijaz Shafi Gilani, Chair of Gallup Pakistan
Jawaid Mohammad Salik and colleagues in Gallup Karachi
Gallup Islamabad and Gallup Lahore’s Bilal Gilani and colleagues this week, Muslim Americans gather and celebrate Eid Al-Fitr with lots of sweets, gifts and family gatherings.
Eid Al-Fitr (headed by Al-the-turn) welcomes the “Holiday Holiday” in Arabic and starts from sunset. Last 3 days.
This year, Ramadan is expected to end on July 6, so everywhere Muslims will be busy preparing for the Eid Festival. And like Ramadan, in western countries there is a tendency for confusion over what exactly the Muslims do during these three-day celebrations. This is part of what they do.
I buy new clothes and bake sweets the night before
As each family member buys new clothes, women’s shoes usually gather at the elders’s homes and bake a lot of sweets. In the morning pistachio cookies, baklava and many other desserts are prepared in the dining room.
Sweet Dating Cookies are Eid’s official desserts, which are served throughout the holidays among many Muslim families in the United States. Next morning prayer. Holiday starts with prayer and respect
At the end of Ramadan, Muslims gather very quickly in mosques, banquet halls, or stadiums, listen to the hilarious Eid chant and pray to celebrate the beginning of the three-day celebration. Civil servants, Christian and Jewish clergy, and other non-Muslim members often join to show the importance of multi-face unity. Eid is also characterized by generosity. Adults, family members, and friends give their children cash. As with Christmas and Hanukkah, it is common for young people to exchange gifts. Many people also use this opportunity to make charitable contributions to the poor and the poor.
Food, family and friends
Most importantly, Eid is about the community. Eid Mubarak, which means “blessed holiday” in Arabic, is a common greeting among Muslims during the holiday. The phone is full of cheerful and happy messages. Young people are constantly competing for the best Eid selfie and message with photos. Families and friends gather after food prayers, gather across generations and exchange gifts. It is a tradition to visit the elder’s house and celebrate to celebrate with the family, necessary for the sons and daughters to bring in the candy and gifts.
Also, Muslims visit the overgrown tombs of loved ones and pray to God for pity on the dead. It is a commendable act in the Muslim community and a way for the living to remember the dead, even during the celebration day.
All this combined, Eid has become one of the most special, moving moments of the year. Hopefully, wherever people are celebrating Eid, they do so with sweets, selfies, and love. American Muslim Friend, Eid Mubarak!
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