Monday, June 17, 2019

Eid Ul Adha USA

Eid Ul Adha USA

Eid Ul Adha USA

Many Muslims in The United States adhere to the Eid al-Adha, which are also known as the festival of each year. This festival remembers Ibrahim (Abraham) the desire to sacrifice his son to God. This festival marks the end of Mecca's journey of Haj.

Is Eid al-Adha a public holiday?

Eid al-Adha is not a public holiday. It falls on Sunday, August 11, 2019, and most businesses follow the early hours of Sunday in the United States.

What do people do?

Many Muslims in The United States celebrate Eid al-Adha with prayers and social celebrations. Eid al-Adha services can attract thousands of Muslims in various places like Chicago (Illinois) and Orlando (Florida). In Pakistan, as well as in Eastern European and African countries many Muslim religious clerks wear traditional clothes and share their national dishes. It's time to pray, share food, hand over gifts, and greet each other.

Eid goes to Al-Adha Haj tour to Mecca of Saudi Arabia, in which Muslims must eat at least once in their life. Eid al-Adha is also known as the sacrifice of the feast because it involves the sacrifice of an animal which allows traditionally to eat (for example - a sheep child) thanks the work of God's mercy in the form of. Some Muslims are looking for a farm where they can sacrifice, but many people send money to their homeland to give sacrifices. Eid lasts for three and a half days and it is time to beg for mercy from God.

Public life:

Eid Ul Adha is not a local public holiday in the USA. However, some Islamic organizations may close down or reduce service levels and some local traffic crowds may occur around the mosques. In New York City, there is a holiday for day public schools.


Eid al-Adha, also known as the Feast of Sacrifice or the festival of sacrifice, remembers Siddhi. Eid al-Adha also acts as a reminder when Ibrahim (Abraham) was ready to sacrifice his son for God, according to Islamic belief. The United States government issued postage stamps to celebrate Eid al-Fitr and Eid al-Adha in the last years. The purpose of these postage stamps is to highlight the business, educational and social contributions made by Muslims in the United States.



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