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Eid al-Adha. Greater Eid
In many Muslim cultures, Eid ul Adha is referred to as the big Eid

Eid Mubarak!

It comes after a period of 10 days which are more holy than the days of Ramadan.

There’s a ton of blessings for those who do fast, give charity, do good deeds, and remember Allah.

Eid ul Adha’s origin begins with the story of Prophet Ibrahim (AS) or Abraham
Prophet Ibrahim was commanded by God to sacrifice the thing that was dearest to him: his son.
Prophet Ibrahim didn’t hesitate at this command, and set out to obey it.
When he told his son, his son also agreed with him and told his father to do as God had commanded him.
He got ready to sacrifice his son, but God replaced the boy with a ram. It had been a test.
To this day, Muslims around the world sacrifice cows, goats, lambs, sheep, and camels, all in the name of God, as they honour Prophet Ibrahim’s tradition.
It is a Sunnah (a teaching of Muhammad / religious tradition) to divide the meat from the sacrificial animal into three parts.
One is to be hared with family, friends, and neighbours.
Another is to be distributed among the poor and needy.
And one part is for yourself and your immediate family.
Many people’s Eid menus include a dish made with the sacrificial meat, as it is recommended to eat it.
The link to Hajj

Eid ul Adha: This is what it's all about

Female Hajj pilgrims in Saudi Arabia
Hajj or the pilgrimage to Makkah, one of the five pillars of Islam, is performed in the days before Eud ul Adha and its history also goes back to Prophet Ibrahim.
When his son was a baby, Prophet Ibrahim was instructed by God to leave his wife Hajrah and his son Ismail in the dessert of Saudi Arabia.
He left them with a good supply of both food and water, but it was finished quickly.
Hajrah ran up and down the two hills Safa and Marwa seven times, trying to look for water, all the time she was supplicating to God for some ease.
At that moment, water gushed forth from where baby Ismail’s feet were and a well sprung there known as Zamzam, and they had enough to last them lifetime.
The water from the well continues to gush forth to this day.
Both the journey between the two hills and the partaking of the water continue to be traditions that are part of Hajj today.


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