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    Happy Eid - Eid Mobarak

    Happy Eid to everyone.
    Eid mobarak Nightshades, Miss T., miss dreams, and the girl from Libya.
    I don`t know who else Arabian is in here, not excluding anyone, TO ALL OF YOU!


    So, tomorrow, Saturday, early in the morning, the Granny visit will take the rank!
    Then i`ll go out with my friends..

    What are you guys going to do?
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    I want to wish all my Islamic friends a happy holiday. I apologize for ignorance of the Islam. I don't know what the holiday celebrates or entails. But enjoy the day or days and the time with your family.
    LET THERE BE LIGHT

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    EID MUBARAK!!

    Have lots of fun!!!!
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    A blessed EID to all of my Muslim friends as well. Many wished me holiday greetings and shall I not return the favor in kind? May Allah smile upon you always.

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    To everyone who celebrates it - Happy Eid - Eid Mobarak
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    I hope that everyone who celebrates it will have a wonderful Eid!
    I sang of leaves, of leaves of gold, and leaves of gold there grew.

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    Happy Eid, everyone! I will have to tell my friends in Iraq the same thing . . . Thanks for the reminder! I should find a calendar w. their holidays, too.
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    Thank you all, this day isn`t only a bless upon Muslims.. All of us.
    Adha mobarak again.

    (The name of this Eid is Adha)
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    or 'the big Eid' not that I wont be working....
    So yes eid said and eid mobarak eat lots of Ka'ak and lamb/sheep and make sure you tap all your family for 3eidiah.


    Ive never hear anyone udhuh mobraka before... anyway haj moqbil to all the people who went I missed it one television this year I always love d to watch them when I was little with duas and the labayah allhum labayaks it really makes you feel part of somthing enormous and amazing....
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    I just knew it`s not only for Muslims :^)
    My Durzi friend called me, and he said they also celebrate it.
    Moreover, it`s the only Eid they celebrate.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nightshade View Post
    or 'the big Eid' not that I wont be working....
    So yes eid said and eid mobarak eat lots of Ka'ak and lamb/sheep and make sure you tap all your family for 3eidiah.


    Ive never hear anyone udhuh mobraka before... anyway haj moqbil to all the people who went I missed it one television this year I always love d to watch them when I was little with duas and the labayah allhum labayaks it really makes you feel part of somthing enormous and amazing....
    Eid-ul-Azha or Eid-ul-Adha is the word used for Big Eid which is celebrated for three days. On the other hand, Eid-ul-Fitr is for Short Eid.

    Even though, Eid-ul-Fitr is for only one day but I enjoy it the most - no smell of blood in the surrounding.
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    I know that sweetie I just was comentting on the term adha mobark, it literally means may your sacrifice be blessed( with joy etc). Just never heard it before...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nightshade View Post
    I know that sweetie I just was comentting on the term adha mobark, it literally means may your sacrifice be blessed( with joy etc). Just never heard it before...

    Durzi???
    Oh okay, sorry I missed the actual meaning. I am a way to sleepy at the moment.

    Though I haven't heard "adha mubarak" as well, I think that "adha mubarak" can be used because "adha" is the name of Eid and "adha mubarak" means "Eid Mubarak".
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    I hope all of you stuff yourself on some prime camel/goat/cow/lamb rib tommorow.

    Cheers.

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    Well, I didn't even know that Muslims had a holiday this time of year anyway...
    And I thought eid was the end of Ramadan because that's the time when I heard this word (when there was that big traffic jam for 3 days because all the Muslims were going to that particular area of the city for that...Nighty knows what I'm talking about). So there are many eid's? And why? I need a lesson...
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