Dishes Prepared On Eid Day
Today ends the fast for Muslims across the world.This means that tomorrow will be observed as Eid-ul-Fitr.Eid-ul-Fitr is also known as “The feast of breaking the fast”.It is a religious festival celebrated by Muslims worldwide to mark the end of Ramadan, a period where Muslims engage in fasting, abstain from pleasures and increase the acts of worship.
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Festive seasons are periods that have a great impact on businesses in Ghana.It could be a positive or negative impact depending on the state of the economy.But in most cases, a festive season means an increase in sales.Businesses boom mostly within this time specifically weeks before the exact day of celebration.
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Kindly hit the FOLLOW button to receive all published articles.Leave a comment below after reading, like and share the article Muslims in Ghana just like Muslims across the globe also embarked on the 30-day fasting (Ramadan as popularly called).The Ramadan fast which started in Ghana on April 13, 2021 and would be ending next week on May 12, 2021 where the Eid-ul-Fitr celebrations follows right after the holy month of Ramadan.
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Kindly follow me to get access to all my newly published articles. With that been said, let’s get right into this article. The republic of Ghana as part of its duties to ensure the commemorating of certain special days within the year of 2021 have finally made public the statutory Public holidays for the year in the 8th Republic. Some days within specific months of each year are usually set aside as Public holidays and commemorating days in the Republic of Ghana as same have occurred in 2021. From the statement
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Eid-ul-Fitr is a festival celebrated by Muslims to mack the end of their fasting. During this celebration, a lot of activities take place. Some of such activities include: arm giving, cooking and sharing of food, slaughtering of animals and sharing among relatives and the needy.
Eudoxie Yao causing confusion on Instagram with hot photos after the Eid ul-Fitr festive.
In the Islamic world, the Eid ul-Fitr festival has always been a time of beauty and love.It is marked by the beautiful dresses worn by Muslim women to commemorate the day as they pray to Allah to fulfill their heart prayers.Eudoxie Yao, like the majority of Instagram models, took to their pages to celebrate the day in the best Muslim attire.
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With the help of Allah all merciful, Muslim were able to end their 30 days fasting yesterday successfully and people were happy for their annual fasting which they have completed without confronting any challenges.At times people feels that there is division amongst Ghanaians in the country.Some tribes, religious groups feel that they are being discriminated by other tribes and religious groups but President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, and National Chief Imam has shown the public today that we are one family with one common goal as stated by founder of the nation, Dr Kwame Nkrumah.
What you should know about eid- ul-Fitr (Sallah)
Eid is an Arabic word regularly used which implies a "celebration" or "feast” in English Language. There are two major eids in the Islamic teaching which are commonly referred to as, "Big Sallah" and "Small Sallah" by Some Ghanaians. The Eid-ul-Fitr also referred to as Small Sallah is the feast by Muslims to mark the end of a full month fasting.
Government Declares May 3 As Public Holiday
The long Ramadan fasting comes to an end sooner than others thought. The 30 days to seek Allah’s face has been encouraging as this time around both young and old embraced the fast to seek for protection to themselves and the nation at large. Due to this, the government of Ghana in a communique from the interior ministry has set 3 May 2022 as a Public Holiday and it should be observed by all.
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Muslims all over the world are expected to celebrate Eid-ul-Fitr on either Wednesday, 12th May or Thursday 13th May 2021.Over ninety percent (90%) of the pupils in Islamic schools are Muslims.The Government of Ghana through the Ministry of Interior would grant just a day for the observance of the Eid-ul-Fitr.
Eleven (11) common routines the Prophet Mohammed (SAW) used to perform on Eid Day.
1st Shawwal 1442 AH, on the Islamic calendar will be the day for Eid ul Fitr (Muslim festival marking the end of the fast of Ramadan) which falls on the 13th of May 2021 in the global calendar.Note that a change might happen to the date due to the sighting of the crescent.
Eid-ul-Fitr Celebration in Kumasi
Eid-ul-Fitr is the feast or festival celebrated by Muslim to end their 29 or 30 days fasting in the month of Ramadan. It is celebrated by all Muslims worldwide and is generally called Eid but sometimes referred to by other names. Eid-ul-fitr is referred to as “Small Sallah” and Eid as “Sallah” in Ghana.
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“I wish to commend the youth, both Muslims and Christians, who are demanding a lot more pragmatic measures from the leadership of our country to fix the numerous challenges that confront us at the moment.It is obvious that the majority of the concerns expressed by the Fix Ghana Movement have existed since our independence.
N/R: MTN Ghana Donated A Ram, Food Items And Airtime Worth GH€500.00 To Muslims In Tamale.
In the spirit of Ramadan and Eid ul-Fitr, and in furtherance of the existing relationship between MTN Ghana with the Muslim community in Tamale, the Telecommunications giant on May 11 2021 donated food items to the Tamale Central Mosque in support of Ramadan and Eid ul-Fitr.Items donated includes 10Bags of Rice, 10 Cartons of Vegetable Oil, Packs of Mineral Water, Packs of soft drinks, a Ram and Airtime worth GH¢500.
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Festivals are celebrated world wide and they are part of what makes a group of people unique.Currently in Ghana and worldwide, the festival being celebrated is the Eid-ul-fort festival by the Muslims after their 30 days fasting.The 30 days fasting brings them closer to Allah through prayer and contemplating.
How to perform Eid prayers
Namaz How to perform Eid-ul-Fitr salat? Eid is a special occasion and one of the things which makes it so is the Eid-ul-Adha congregational prayer. Eid Salat (prayer) consist of two rakats with six takbeers in congregation of Muslims followed by the Khutba of Eid. How to Offer Eid-ul-Fitr Salat
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It takes a lot of self-control and commitment to bring oneself spiritually closer to Allah (SWT) through prayer and worship in commemoration of the month when the Qur'an was first announced.Eid ul-Fitr is celebrated after a fruitful month of abstaining from both food and drink during daylight hours; this takes a lot of self-control and dedication to bring oneself spiritually closer to Allah (SWT) through prayer and worship.
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Written by : Yahaya Kommetey Tetteh Islam is one of the major religions in the world with more than a billion followers. It's adherents are known as Muslims. In countries like Ghana and other West African countries, Muslims and Christians have been living with each other in harmony. During the Islamic festivities of Eid ul Adha and Eid ul Fitr, Christian neighbours are sure to get their share of the "sacrificial lambs". The Holy Quran attests to the closeness and friendship between Muslims and Christians in
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Ghanaians are really festive people. They know how to enjoy themselves to the maximum during any festival or season for celebration. Whether it is at Easter, Eid-ul Fitr, Homowo or Christmas, they create a who market around these events. Apart from buying new dresses or sewing new clothes, the biggest spender during festivals is the food, and in particular the meat that is used. Ghanaians are very particular about the types of meat used during festive seasons. On the regular, most Ghanaians eat poultry and fishes.
2021 Eid ul-Fitr celebration: MTN Ghana supports Chief Imams and families
The National Chief Imam, Sheikh Dr Osman Nuhu Sharubutu has commended Telecommunications giant, MTN Ghana for their humanitarian services to the Muslim Ummah in Ghana.The National Chief Imam made the commendation when MTN Ghana presented food items to the National Chief Imam, Regional Chief Imams and 6,000 Muslim families across the country in support of this year’s Eid ul-Fitr celebrations.