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#31 Sat 27 Oct 12 1:17am

Pakman

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Re: Eid Mubarak

....(insert something to your liking)  big_smile

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#32 Sat 27 Oct 12 2:02am

JoyYamDaisy

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Re: Eid Mubarak

Eid Mubarak  smile

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#33 Sat 27 Oct 12 11:41pm

abdullahcohn

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Re: Eid Mubarak

Eid Mubarak everyone! عيد مبارك‎

This year it is very tiring for me cause of the baby, and I need to take care of the kids on my own cause my wife has gone to Hujj. I also got the runs so cant really enjoy the tasty eid food.

Good news, his done teething so not as much crying, Bad news his done teething and those teeth bloody hurt!

This year we have done a share (1/7) of a cow.
Any one have any beef ideas?

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#34 Sun 28 Oct 12 1:24am

MsPablo

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Re: Eid Mubarak

Eid Mubarak!

Best wishes to you and your familly Abdullahcohn, from the Pabs!!

So many beef recipes, where does one start?

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#35 Sun 28 Oct 12 11:07pm

Ashen

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Re: Eid Mubarak

Eid Mubarak  smile




Kye wrote:

Eid Mubarak /Ad Moubarak is the celebration at the end of Ramadan.

Ad al-Adha is today the celebration of sacrifice. Musulman calendar year 1433 : 26 octobre 2012 corresponds with the full moon.

Our young Muslim friend explained Ad al-Adha to us today  smile

eid al fitr is the celebration at the end of ramadan.

Eid mubarak is just a general good wish for the different eid celebrations.    similar to sayings like happy birthday or happy new year.

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#36 Sun 28 Oct 12 11:25pm

Kye

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Re: Eid Mubarak

Isn't that what i wrote...well almost, our friend calls it Ad al-Adha, celebration of sacrifice.

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#37 Mon 29 Oct 12 4:26am

Ashen

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Re: Eid Mubarak

there are two feasts kye.. 

Eid al adha is the feast of sacrifice which is a four day feast going on right now..

Eid al fitr   celebrates the end of Ramadan the month of fasting.    This year it was celebrated towards the end of August I think.

The phrase Eid mubarak is used for both celebrations  as a  celebratory good wish.

next year I think both will be much earlier. I think they move about a month earlier each year as the muslim calander is moon based.


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#38 Mon 29 Oct 12 11:02pm

abdullahcohn

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Re: Eid Mubarak

smile Yes there are two Eids. The one which marks the end of Ramadhan is called Eid ul Fitr.

This Eid is Eid ul Adha. It celebrates when Abraham was asked to sacrifice his son and when he went to do it, God replaced his son with a Ram. 

The lunar and solar calendar differ by about 11-12 days a year.

Yes the Arabic Eid Mubarak is used in most countries for both Eids. But some countries use a phrase that means pretty much the same thing in their own languages.
Turks say Bayram Mubarak, Bosnians often say Bajram Barečula, Malays say Selamat Hari Raya Aidilfitri but whatever they say in their own languages, I think everyone will understand when you say Eid Mubarak to them, smile

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