Eid'l Adha - or Festival of the Sacrifice - is considered one of the most important holidays on the Muslim calendar
, aside from Eid'l Fitr - or Festival of Breaking the Fast.
Eid'l Adha is one of the two greatest most important holidays on the Muslim calendar
. The other is Eid'l Fitr or 'feast of breaking the fast' which marks the end of the holy fasting month of Ramadan
Rabat Eid Al Adha, or the Festival of Sacrifice, is one of the holiest days in the Muslim calendar
.The date of Eid Al Adha is announced every year by religious authorities around the world.
The court made the announcement after hearing testimonies from witnesses who confirmed they had sighted the moon marking the start of Dhul Hijja, the 11th month on the Muslim calendar
, the Saudi Press Agency (SPA) reported.
EID is one of the most important events in the Muslim calendar
, on a par with Christmas or Yom Kippur for those of other faiths.
At no time on the Muslim calendar
does the adhan cohere Muslims together more than during Ramadan, when even unobservant or lax Muslims find themselves, through fasting and prayer, truly close to the divine in their lives.
It was, said the judges, "wellcrafted coverage focusing on major festivals in the Muslim calendar
. The BirminghamLive team wrote a live blog on community celebrations in Small Heath Park, the largest in Europe, which helped inform the wider readership of the event and its background."
It was, said the judges, "well-crafted coverage focusing on major festivals in the Muslim calendar
. The BirminghamLive team wrote a live blog on community celebrations in Small Heath park, the largest in Europe, which helped inform the wider readership of the event and its background."
Some faithful believe creating the office will end confusion on the Muslim calendar
Lal Shahbaz's urs is held at Sehwan on the 18 of Shaaban, eighth month of the Muslim calendar
. More than half a million pilgrims from all over Pakistan flock to the city.
For UK farmers hoping to capitalise, the challenge is adjusting supplies to the Muslim calendar
: as this follows the solar year, the dates of the religious festivals move forward by 10-11 days each year.