On the day of the celebration, a typical Muslim family is awake very early and then after praying the first normal everyday prayer, eats in a small quantity symbolizing the end of Ramadan. They then attend special group prayers held only for this occasion in mosques, in large open areas, stadiums or arenas.The prayer is generally short and is followed by a sermon (kutba) in which the Imam (holy priest) gives advice to the Muslim community and usually Muslims are encouraged to end any past quarrels they may have. Watch video in link below
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When the local Imam declares Eid Ul Fitr everyone greets and hugs each other. Worshippers greet and embrace each other in a spirit of peace and love after the prayer. It is a day of forgiveness, moral victory, fellowship, brotherhood and unity. Muslims celebrate not only the end of fasting but also to thank God for the help and strength that they believe He gave them throughout the previous month to help them practice self-control. It is a time of giving and sharing.Another one is Eid Ul Adha, this festival is known by several names all over the world but Muslims celebrate and perform it traditionally and ritually in the most efficient way irrespective of where they are. The festival is celebrated to recall the readiness of prophet Ibrahim’s to surrender Ishmael.