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Eid means the joy of freedom and liberation of the soul

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'Allahu Akbar, Allahu Akbar; La ilaha illallahu, Allahu Akbar, Allahu Akbar; Wa lillahil hamd.' ('God is great, God is great; there is no god but God, God is great, God is great; and to God is all praise.')

On the dawn of Eid, this sound is uttered like a soliloquy in the mouths of the pilgrims heading to the Eidgah. We are very happy that we have been given the opportunity to fast for a month as a great worship of Allah. Through this we thank him.

Performing the two rakat obligatory prayers of Eid-ul-Fitr. This is why the Eid prayer is called Salatush Shokar or the prayer of gratitude.

The manifestation of the joy of the believer is through worship. All our celebrations are worship. It contains the welfare of this time and the hereafter. For this reason, Eid must be observed through the laws of Allah and the Sunnah rules prescribed by the Prophet (PBUH). On Eid, Islamic ideals and Sunnah must be followed in all aspects of the individual, family and society.


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