Muslim faithful celebrate Eid al-Adha – Kurban Bayram


Citizens of Islamic faith today celebrate Eid al-Adha, also known as Kurban Bayram, the second largest Muslim holiday after Eid al-Fitr.

On the first day of the holiday, the prayer for Eid – Eid prayer is performed, with which the believers ask for mercy from Allah. Characteristic of this holiday is the offering of a sacrifice – kurban, which has the symbolism of approaching God. Goats or calves are usually offered as sacrifices.

The custom is performed by all who have the opportunity and resources, and those who have made sacrifices, then distribute the meat to the poor, their neighbors and relatives.

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