21 Jun Sharing of Eid with Muslims
The sacrifice of animals on Eid-ul-Adha holds deep significance, extending beyond a mere festival. It symbolizes the unity and connection among Muslims, reminding us of the spirit of sacrifice ingrained within us. By carrying out this act, we honor the great sacrifice of Hazrat Ibrahim (A.S) and demonstrate our submission to Almighty Allah. However, as we relish our delicious meals during this auspicious occasion, it is essential to reflect upon the plight of our fellow Muslims who are suffering and deprived of such celebrations.
While we rejoice with our loved ones, countless Muslim brothers, sisters, and children across the globe endure hunger, tears, and grief, even on the day of Eid. They lack the means to partake in the festivities, and the absence of meat exacerbates their hardship. Empathy calls us to extend a helping hand to alleviate their pain and contribute to their well-being.
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