Muslims mark end of Ramadhan to celebrate Idd-ul-Fitr

Elias Hubbard
June 27, 2017

"This is the most painful, the most sorrowful occasion, Eid al-Fitr, that we have experienced for the last hundreds of years", said Zia Alonto Adiong, a spokesman for the provincial crisis committee.

Hough said Ramadan is a time of renewal, and he hopes the relationships local Muslims built this month will continue to grow.

- As Britain remains on high alert for terror-related incidents after a vehicle struck a crowd celebrating the end of the holy month of Ramadan, Muslim communities across the country are expressing concern. The Quran was given to Muslims on one of the third 10 days of this month.

Since the Bill Clinton administration, the White House has each year hosted either an event to mark the Eid'l Fitr feast - which ends the fasting month of Ramadan - or a meal breaking the dawn-til-dusk fast, known as an iftar. The department had held iftar dinners or Eid al-Fitr receptions since 1999, according to CNN. There are two kinds of seviyan preparations, either of which is what you would come across should you visit Muslim homes to celebrate the festival: Sheer Khurma and the delicious Kimami Seviyan.

Iman Hussan said, "I just want to wish all the Muslims around the whole world, Eid Mubarak [blessed Eid]".

Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley yesterday joined with the Muslim community in celebrating Eid-ul-Fitr at the Mucurapo Street Mosque in San Fernando, on Sunday. Friendship and unity are our vision for humanity and as religious leaders we pray that our followers, followers of other religions and even those who do not follow any religion at all, will all help disseminate this spirit of friendship and unity.

One of the most loved dishes of Eid that is common in India, Pakistan and Bangladesh is "Sevaiyan", a dish of toasted, fine vermicelli in the midst of milk and dried fruit.

All over the world, Eid is celebrated all over the world.

The Vice President in his message said, "Id-ul-Fitr marks the culmination of the holy month of Ramzan and signifies the traditional expression of brotherhood and understanding between people".

Other reports by Click Lancashire

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