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Is Tomorrow Eid-al-Fitr? Get Here To Know More About It

Discussion in 'Religion' started by Jams, Jun 24, 2017.

  1. Jams

    Jams LTN-Certified Staff Member Support Team Established

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    I know many muslims so also muslims in loyalteams must be curious right now about sighting the moon wether tomorrow or day after tomorrow which is Monday is Eid filtr.

    And there was also this report saying
    'The moon has been sighted in Saudi Arabia and tomorrow, Sunday 25th june 2017 is the day of Eid Al fitr.'

    So in favour of us all muslims in loyalteams , so we need your report if you're going for Eid or not.

    So for Those Who Really Don't Ideas Of What Eid-Ul-Fitr Means?
    Eid-al-Fitr (Eid al-Fitr, Eid ul-Fitr, Id-Ul-Fitr, Eid) is the first day of the Islamic month of Shawwal. It marks the end of Ramadan, which is a month of fasting and prayer. Many Muslims attend communal prayers, listen to a khutba (sermon) and give zakat al-fitr (charity in the form of food) during Eid al-Fitr.
    Its significance is purely spiritual. It is the day when the Muslims thank Allah for having given them the will, the strength and the endurance to observe fast and obey His commandment during the holy month of Ramadhan.

    This day, in Muslim world, brings rejoicing and happiness. The rejoicing is not, however, at the departure of the month of Ramadhan; it is the happiness which man feels after successfully completing an important task.

    So far as the passing away of the month of Ramadhan is concerned, Muslim religious leaders of the early days of Islam always felt profound sorrow when it came to an end, as they felt that they were being deprived of the spiritual blessings which were associated with the month of fasting.

    To show the original Islamic feeling at the end of Ramadhan, I am quoting some of the sentences from an invocation by Imam Zainul-Abedeen. He says:-

    "O Lord, Thou hast ordained Ramadhan to be one of the most chosen
    .. .. ; and Thou hast distinguished it from all other months, and chosen it out of all other seasons and periods; and given it preference to all the times of the year, by having sent the Qur'an and the light of guidance in it, and by having increased the faith, and by having enjoined the observance of fast in it, and by encouraging us to stand up for prayer at night, and by placing in it the glorious 'Night of Qadr' which is better than a thousand months.


    "Therefore, in accordance with Thy command, we kept fast in its days, and with Thy help, we stood up for prayers in its nights; presenting ourselves, by means of its fasts and prayers, for Thy Mercy which Thou dist offer to us.
    "And, verily, this month of Ramadhan stayed amongst us a welcome stay; and gave us a righteous company; bestowing upon us the most excellent benefits in the universe. Now, it departs from us at the completion of its time.
    "Therefore, we bid it farewell as we did good-bye to one whose departure is hard upon us and makes us sad; and whose parting away makes us feel lonely."


    So having know all this Hope you were able to derive more than one lessons in this thread.
    But I think Eid-al-fitr is tomorrow and we're going to celebrate ours tomorrow also.
     
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  3. Kurosaki Ichigo

    Kurosaki Ichigo Forum Knight Established

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    True talk jams. I as a muslim I learned something today.
     

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