Islamic Festival of Eid al Fitr celebrates the end of Ramadan. Because the Islamic calendar is lunar, Islamic holidays fall on different dates every year. Depending on the community, Ramadan in 2015 will start on Thursday, the 18th of June and will continue for 30 days until Friday, the 17th of July.
White House Celebrates Muslim Holiday on Day Muhammad Murders Four Marines by BOB PRICE July 17, 2015 Obama sent a celebratory message to Muslims around the world on the White House Twitter account nearly two hours before his first tweet on the subject of four dead Marines killed by an Islamic gunman. "From my family to yours, Eid Mubarak!" -@POTUS to Muslims celebrating Eid-ul-Fitr," the White House tweeted. This message was tweeted at 4:48 p.m. according to the White House
Are you studying Muslim Holidays with your students? Do you want something different for the Word Celebrations week at your school? Or, do you simply want a way to incorporate the faiths of your students into your year? Here is an easy to use center packet designed to supplement a unit on Muslim Holidays. Built around reading, writing, and math standards, it will allow students to learn about Muslim Holidays in a fun and engaging way. This packet covers the holidays of Ramadan, Eid al Fitr…
The Night of Shab-e-Qadar-The Night of Power. The meaning of Shab-e qadar is the night of decree and in different languages it is referred as the Night of Destiny, Night of Power, Night of Value, or Night of Measures. Shab-e-qadr is also referred to as the night of blessings. Shab-e-qadr is the night which is better than thousands nights and it is the night in which all the good done by Muslims are doubled. Shab-e-qadr is the most important and powerful of all nights.