Can you believe it’s already Eid Al Adha?
It seems like just yesterday we were bidding Ramadan farewell and celebrating Eid Al Fitr!
For those of you who aren’t familiar, Eid Al Adha (which translates roughly to “festival of sacrifice”) is the second of two major Islamic holidays celebrated amongst Muslim communities worldwide. Needless to say, a holiday that involves mass animal slaughter isn’t exactly one of my favourites, but I won’t be delving into that in today’s post (if you are interested on my opinions on the topic, you can read more about it here). Instead I’d like to focus on the ways in which I do celebrate Eid Al Adha.