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We all know that Eid Al Adha is holy and special for All Muslims in the world. They celebrate it with many kinds of wishes and greetings. They hope that the day they celebrate, they get more blessings from Allah and they follow the sunnah. There are many ways to celebrate this day, but the most suggested one is by doing fasting before the day and also sacrifice the animals.
Some Muslims family will celebrate by gathering all of the family members and then host a celebrating through having big meal time with families. Some other people celebrate by having such kind of barbecue time with friends and families with meat from the sacrificed animals.
It could be seen from signs that you are in Eid Al Adha is the greeting like "Eid Mubarak for this Eid ul Adha." There are many kinds of ways to greet your Muslims friends. One of the most common and popular Eid al Adha greet is "Eid Mubarak", "Happy Eid" or “Takabala Allah mina wa minkoum”, which may be translated into “May Allah accept it from us and you.”
There is no need to think hard about the way to greet. Just be easy on greeting Muslims friends. It is also okay to put wishes when you want to greet your Muslims friends during the Eid Al Adha. You could wish them better in practicing Islam, better in contributing to society and more. Any wish is allowed as long as it is good for Muslims.
However, this Eid Al Adha is supposed to to help Muslims to remember the sacrifice of Abraham, so when the day comes, it is hoped to be able to improve their Taqwa and Faith. Thus, if you want to know how to greet the Eid, you could be with the prayer too like “Wish you have a better day and wish your Eid makes you as better Muslims” or you can also greet like “Wish this Eid brings you more faith. Eid Mubarak.”
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