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The Basic Facts on Eid ul-Adha


The Basic Facts on  Eid ul-Adha

The Basic Facts on Eid ul-Adha

There are two beautiful events in Islam that will be a part of your life: Eid ul Fitr and Eid ul Adha. Some basic facts about Eid al-Adha:

Speaking of EED-ul-ADHA, it can be translated as a “festival of sacrifice”.

Eid-ul-Adha is associated with Hajj – a journey to the holy city of Mecca that helps 2 million Muslims worldwide each year.

Eid-ul-Adha takes four days. On the other hand, Eid-ul-Fitr, which is celebrated at the end of Ramadan, is a day of celebration.

In Eid-ul-Adha, many Muslim families sacrifice an animal with the poor and make it part of the meat.

According to the ruling of Allaah, the same Muslim festival was celebrated since the time of the Prophet Muhammad. So they are from Allah and reliable. No man keeps them. What is their soul? Our Prophet said to us,

“There are days to eat, drink and remember God.” [1]

In other words, we can seek the end of our Creator, generally, find satisfaction.

Before Eid al-Adha
As stated earlier, Eid ul Adh is bound in Hajj. The tradition of Hajj is one of the five pillars of Islam that is known as “Dhul Hajj” in the 12th month of the Islamic calendar. Eid al-Huda is celebrated throughout the Muslim world in the month of Dhul Hajj. The first ten days of this month hold a special honor. In Arabic, it is known as ‘Al-Imam al-Asr’. Worship time brings many benefits, such as the opportunity to correct its mistakes and the lack of it or something else.

‘Ten Days’ goods
Following are the five benefits of al-Imam al-Asr (ten days):

1. Allah has taken an oath by them in the Qur’an, and some oaths show the most important importance of this and the real benefit. Allah says:

“In the morning; for ten nights” (Koran 89: 1-2).

In the first government institutions of the Qur’an, it is stated that this verse is for the first ten days of the pilgrimage.

2. To motivate us with greater importance, the Prophet confirms that these are the “best” days in the world. Better than ten days, no better than ten days or the last ten days of Ramadan! But the last ten nights of Ramadan are better because the level of the sun (“Evening Evening”) is included.

3. There is no day longer in Allah’s eyes where good deeds are dearer than these ten days, so Muslims are often called “Subhan Allah”, “Allah Almighty” and “Allahu Akbar” during this time.

4. Ten days include sacrifice and Hajj days.

5. The 9th day of Dhul Hajj is called ‘Day of Alfa’ (the day of al-A’raaf). It is a Friday in the beaches of Arafah, six miles away from Mecca. Arafat’s day has many virtues.
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