Video Celebrating Eid

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    Even Our Celebrations Are a Source of Cleansing:

    Islam is not just worship five times a day and fasting, it is a complete way of life. We are slaves of Allah SWT and we must acquire knowledge about the Islamic sunnah and etiquettes related to different situations and occasions. We have certain duties on the day of Eid such as visiting our relative’s and the sick in the community, making efforts to join heart with those we dislike or don’t get along with, take initiatives to forgive others for the sake of Allah SWT.

    It is also recommended to visit the dead at the cemetery and make dua’a for them. It is also a moral duty to share what Allah SWT has given us with those around us, especially the underprivileged. This is an occasion to make peace with each other and create unity.

    Allah SWT is telling us to go to Him with our dirty hearts to be cleansed. Eid is a great opportunity to invite guests to your house. Prophet SAW said words to the effect of: “Guest come with blessing from Allah and leave with sins of the host for their generosity.”

    It is almost as if the guests take away our garbage of sins on their way out. But these gatherings cannot just be an eating affair. They have to have a purpose just like everything else in our lives. These should be the occasions of remembering Allah SWT and strengthening our Iman and the bond of brotherhood. The house that has a gathering for the sake of Allah SWT is illuminated and rewarded. Ahmed MOait
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    Eid Mubrak to you and your family.

    Jazakallahu Khairan.

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