Eid al-Fitr is this girl's favourite time of year. How does she celebrate? Watch and find out!

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This girl's favourite celebration is Eid al-Fitr. What's your favourite time of year? Tell us about it!

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It looks like the end of Eid.

Eid is celebrated by muslims.The muslims read the quran as a holy book.One of the memorizer is Zaid bin Thabit.Is not easy to memorize it.Because the quran has more than 600 pages.But i will try my best to be like Zaid bin Thabit as a quran hafiz [quran memorizer].The quran was sent from our prophet Muhammad.

I celebrate eid too. It's a very important moment of the islamic year. But before eid, we have Ramadan. It is very hard. We can't eat or drink anything of the hole day.
When the sun rise down, we can eat again. We have too do that for a month.  It's a tradition for us.

You know,muslims all over the world are celebrating Eid now.

I celebrate Eid too.We have to fast a month before Eid. We can't eat from sunrise to sundown.

Even I celebrate Eid too.We clebrate it on Syawal.Before Syawal ,is Ramadan.We have to fast from dawn to dusk.

here in syria we celebrate this (eid alfitir)at the end of ramadan we visit our freinds and relatives and it is for about 3 days if i must say  and we me and mum do the cookies and we buy different typs of sweets and the dark coffie for old peaple my daddy's freinds and i and my freinds we knock the doors and visit people that we know for getting sweets even making freind on our way.
well this is our way of spending this celebration i hope you injoyed?

Here in Malaysia,we don't get sweets but we do get delicious pastries.So yummy.

 I am from Malaysia need to move to Australia because my mum is doing her PhD..

Thanks Doctor Climate3000!
I enjoyed reading about how you celebrate Eid al Fitr in Syria.
Best wishes, Miss Lucky Mouse (editor)

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