These days are really special for Muslims. They are celebrating the Eid al-Adha, the second of two religious holidays who Muslims celebrate worldwide each year.
The Eid al-Adha is also called the “Feast of the Sacrifice” and it honors the willingness of Abraham to sacrifice his promised son. In accordance to the tradition Muslims sacrifice a lamb. The meat is divided in three parties. One for the family, one for the relatives, friends and neighbors and onw for the poor and needy.
Now for me these days mean also that my husband is not going to work and we can finally spend five days together enjoying the city of Doha. Normally he works a lot. He has only one day off por week so we don’t have so many chance to explore the city together!
This is the reason that I’m not very active on my blog. But I’m sure you will excuse me.
Eid Mubarak to all my Muslims friends and followers.
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