Kristi Moos Eng 104 27, October 2014 EID
In Muslim culture EID is one of the important festivals in a year. Each year EID comes twice, one is Eid-al-Fitr and second is Eid-al-Adha. These two mean different things like Eid-al-Fitr is the first one when the end of the month of Ramadan, which is the month in which Muslims fast every day from sunrise to sunset. The entire community comes together for special prayers and to congratulate each other. And the second one is Eid-al-Adhais the second and final Eid celebration of the year is called Eid Al-Adha. It commemorates the completion of the Hajj pilgrimage. Although only pilgrims in Mecca participate in the Hajj fully, Muslims around the world join them in celebrating Eid Al-Adha. In America many Muslims having hard time celebrating their Eid holiday. In many cases we had seen a lot of students, employees, and communities trying to celebrate these days but their not allowed taking a day off from their teachers, bosses, and government.
In every Muslim family when someone is born they already in this community. When I was little boy I didnt actually knew the meaning of Eid and had no clue where our family going and why. I just thought that we are going somewhere that is fun. After growing up and find out how important this holiday is I was attending every year and celebrating it. But after I start going college I found how hard is to attend in this holiday because many people dont understand how important is for Muslims to attend in Eid. Based on my experience most students in college miss their school day because they need to celebrate their holiday. Most kids that needed to make excuses to their teacher to be excuse from class. Based on Soundvision.com. During the next few weeks an important Islamic celebration will be taking place, observed by over one billion Muslims around the world. Many parents wrote this letter to teacher of their child to excuse them for a day from school. Especially private Christian...
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