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Eid-ul Adha ‘Feast of Sharing’ Festival Celebration 2017-06-06T11:38:11+00:00

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Eid-ul Adha ‘Feast of Sharing’ Festival Celebration

Posted on 5/6/2013

Eid-ul Adha ‘Feast of Sharing’ Festival Celebration

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Eid-ul Adha is one of the major festival in Turkey. It comes two months after Eid-ul Fitr, is the festival followed by month of Ramadan.

Even though both festivals celebrated in a similar ways, Eid-ul Adha have one remarkable tradition differs it from Eid-ul Fitr and others.

The festival is, however, associated with the Prophet Abraham who, as a test by God, was ordered to sacrifice his son. Apart from a rich religious symbolism, the fact that this festival was taken by the Muslims as well as Jews show how religion can provide the ground for different groups of people to have common points and interfaith dialogue which leads to peaceful coexistence.

`Eid Al-Adha’ also has unique spiritual, devotional, educational, and social meanings. It implants in the people heart the spirit of sharing and caring. It has special rituals, ethics, and values that could, if properly observed, change a people behaviors to the better.

`Eid is a day for exchanging visits and maintaining family ties. Maintaining ties of kinship is an established duty that every Muslim should carry out. `Eid is a golden chance to bring the family members together, and to visit one’s relatives, friends, and community members. The `Eid day should not pass without visiting, calling, or e-mailing one’s relatives and family members in order to exchange `Eid greetings and cement family ties.

In short, `Eid Al-Adha is a model for the communities which maintains love, care, brotherhood and sisterhood, beauty, and solidarity. `Eid has significant social, educational, devotional, and spiritual messages that people should grasp and translate into a complete way of life.

[1-To read the story of Abraham and wisdom behind sacrificing please click here. 2- To see the obedience of Animals in religious slaughtering please click here-video]

We thank our friends whom shared our happiness on the celebration of the Eid-ul Adha on 11th of October 2014.

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