How Do You Celebrate `Eid al-Adha?

Your Traditions and Cultures
By Culture & Entertainment Editor

Do you celebrate your `Eid with your non-Muslim neighbors?

Labbaik Allahumma Labbaik. Here I am, my Lord. Here I am…

The spirit of `Eid Al-Adha is a symbol of the universal solidarity among Muslims. Often the most harmonious of human ventures are those based on sharing traditions and kindness.

`Eid is an essential part of the Islamic identity and culture that dictates all the practices of celebrations — the dresses you wear, the songs you sing and listen to, the food you offer to your family and friend, and what you say to one another. Wherever you are tell us about how you prepare for this occasion.

• If you are vegetarian, how do you survive in `Eid?

• Do you share your `Eid celebration with your non-Muslim neighbors?

• How do you greet your families and friends? What do you say or do? How do you culturally celebrate the `Eid?

• What kind of meat cuisine you prefer eating during `Eid?

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