Eid al-Adha is an Islamic festival to commemorate the willingness of Abraham to follow Allah's command to sacrifice his own son Ishmael. Together as one religion, Muslims around the world observe this event.
What usually happens during Eid-Al-Adha? This is a day for prayers and listening to sermons. Muslims gather at Mosques to offer their prayers to their God, Allah. They are also encouraged to wear new clothes every time this festival happens. For some, they sacrifice animals to commemorate the sacrifice that Abraham made.
As people under one religion and beliefs, this is also a time where charity works and programs are reinforced. The members who are capable of giving really try their best to help out the less fortunate members, so they can experience the festival as well.
In the period around Eid-al-Adha, many Muslims travel to Mecca and the surrounding area in Saudi Arabia to perform their pilgrimage. Package holidays are organized from many countries. Muslims may plan and save for many years to enable them to take part in this event, which is one of the five pillars of Islam.
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