`Eids (feasts) are times of joy for all peoples. As for Muslim, in addition to joy and fun, they are blessed times in which rewards are promised to those who have performed worship (`ibadah), as `Eids in Islam usually come after a certain kind of worship.
So, every Muslim is highly recommended to observe the Islamic etiquettes of `Eid as well as joining his family and community in the lawful kinds of fun making sure not to indulge himself or anyone of his family members in any unlawful (haram) acts or deeds raising a slogan of “happiness without sins”.
In "Eid Al-Fitr: 10+ Fatwas" folder, which is one of our 10+ Fatwas Series, we aim to shed light on the fiqhi issues and etiquettes of `Eid activities and rituals hoping that all our dear readers find it useful.
Doing this, we call Allah Almighty accepts the fast and all good deeds of all Muslims worldwide. We, also, wish a happy `Eid for all Muslims, especially those in the oppressed countries.
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