SHAFAQNA -Â Millions of Muslims worldwide will break a monthlong fast this weekend with the joyous holiday of Eid al-Fitr, and there will be no shortage of food, prayers or gifts. Eid al-Fitr, also known as Eid ul-Fitr or Eid, celebrates the conclusion of the dawn-to-sunset fast during the Islamic holy month Ramadan and the beginning of the Islamic month of Shawwal.
Ramadan ends and Eid al-Fitr begins when the new moon is spotted in the sky. This means the start of the Eid holiday canÂ vary in different parts of the world.
“Hold to forgiveness, command what is right; but turn away from the ignorant.” â€“Â al-Aâ€™raf 7:199
“…And eat and drink until the white thread of dawn becomes distinct to you from the black thread [of night]. Then complete the fast until the sunset…” â€“Â Surat Al-Baqarah [2:184-190]
“Those who believed and led a righteous life are the best creatures.”Â â€“ al-Baiyinah [98:7]
“O ye who believe! Fasting is prescribed to you as it was prescribed to those before you, that ye may (learn) self-restraint.” â€“Â al-Baqarah 2:183
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