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UAE Announces Private Sector Holidays For Eid Ul Azha

Being a Muslim country, UAE had been considerate of its citizens and granted them three days holiday on the account of Eid ul Azha. Eid ul Azha is a religious Muslim tradition where cattle are sacrificed in the name of God and the meat is distributed among the poor and the needy.

Arafat Day takes places on the ninth day of the Islamic lunar calendar, corresponding to August 20, 2018, and Eid Al Adha takes place on the 10th day of the Zil Hajj month. Eid al-Azha falls on the tenth day of Zil Hijj, the last month of the Islamic schedule. In festivity, there will be a few occasions going ahead all through the city, including firecrackers. It's additionally worth recalling that from 6.30pm on Sunday until 7.30pm on Monday, the city will be dry. This Eid, there'll be two arrangements of stunning firecracker shows more than two back to back days at Dubai Festival City Mall.

Amidst the Hajj, Muslims recollect and honor the triumphs of the Prophet Ibrahim. Eid Al Adha, which implies the "event of sacrifice", is the second of two Islamic occasions and is praised each year by Muslims around the globe. Eid ul Azha indicates the concept of humanity and charity among the people in the name of Islam and this tradition is religiously followed all over the world. United Arab Emirates, being an Islamic state also respects and follows this tradition and allows all the people including the non-Muslims to benefit from this event and to do their best in the name of God towards other people by giving their citizens a three-day holiday where they can spend their joyous moments with their families and friends and throw feasts this Eid ul Azha holidays.

 

| Modified: September 11, 2018 | Author:

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