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The Five A’yaad

Eid is an Arabic word which means an event which happens again and again. In Islam Eid is known as the happy festivals which occur every year. The word Eid occurs in the Holy Qur’an once in Sura Al Ma-idah verse 114: “Isa son of Maryam said: “O Allah our Lord! Send down to us from Heaven a […]

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    Eid is an Arabic word which means an event which happens again and again. In Islam Eid is known as the happy festivals which occur every year. The word Eid occurs in the Holy Qur'an once in Sura Al Ma-idah verse 114: "Isa son of Maryam said: "O Allah our Lord! Send down to us from Heaven a table laid with food, that it may be a recurring happiness (Eid) for us, for the first of us and for the last of us, and a sign from You, and give us sustenance, for You are the best of Providers." (5:114) The above ayat is telling us when Prophet Isa (A) asked Allah for food from Heaven because his Disciples wanted more evidence to increase their faith, and to witness a miracle, and to always celebrate the occasion with joy and satisfaction. These five Eids in the year are: Eid ul Juma', Eid ul Haj, Eid ul Fitr, Eid e Gadheer, Eid e Mubahila

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