Eid ul-Adha Facts
Eid ul-Adha Facts
To know some basic facts about Eid-ul-Adha.
To learn about the knowledge of Iliyam (ten days) and its significance.
To know about the world of al-A’raaf (the day of al-A’raaf) and its significance.
To know about the history and purpose of Eid al-Adha.
· Praying, praying and praying for something for Allah.
Eid ul Fitr – Muslim celebration at the end of Ramadan.
Eid-ul-Adha – “the occasion of sacrifice”.
The ninth month of Ramadan. This is the month where the fast is ordered.
Hajj – The journey to Mecca where the traveler abounds with tradition. Hajj is one of the five pillars of Islam, every Muslim has to perform at least once in his life if he can tolerate it.
Dust pilgrimage – the name of the 12th month of the Islamic Qur’an calendar.
Al-Alam al-Rawah – The day of al-‘Afra when the al-A’rafah assembles at the place called ‘Arifa.
Ilium al-Shariq – A ten-month visit to the Islamic month.
In the last ten days of Ramadan, fasting is divine.
Subhan Allah – What is the perfect (perfect) of Allah, surely God is removed from dissatisfaction.
Praise be to Allaah. Praise be to Allaah. We are grateful to say this and we know that everything is from God.
Allah Akbar – Allah is the Greatest.
Eid-ul-Haha 1.jpg With a Muslim family, Christmas, Passover or other religious celebrations can be a bit of an alternative. However, nothing to worry about. The first step in making a change is to read and learn about the topic. The second piece of advice is to follow this suggestion. Third, plead with God, they can certainly help you. This lesson will teach you everything you need to know about simple ideas so that you can enjoy this wonderful festival and complete Islamic life.