Tom Facchine – Minute with a Muslim #332 – What is Eid- – Eid Mubarak 2022

Tom Facchine
AI: Summary © The speaker discusses the nuances of holiday celebrations in Islam, including the dates and clothing. They also mention the use of "harvest" in the title of the dish, and the importance of seasons for eating during holidays. The speaker emphasizes the need for understanding of the Islam and the significance of "harvest" in the title.
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Eat is a holiday. Right?

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It's interesting, the linguistic kind of derivations of the two words holiday holy day read is just something I add that like returns that recurs. Right? And so in Islam, we have two holidays, we have our either in fifth, which is the end of Ramadan, the beginning of the next Islamic month which is show up

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where the Ramadan fast is over now we're back to being awake during the daylight hours and eating during the day and all that good stuff. And then there's either alpha, which is the festival or the holiday of sacrifice,

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where it's recommended to, you know, to slaughter a sheep or an animal and these sorts of things and that's also the pilgrimage season the Hajj season.

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So there's those are two and there are other sorts of commemorations that that people make but when it comes to bare bones, What is Islam? What are the last say, what are the prophecies that I'm saying? Those are the two holidays, right and feta and Aiden Allah

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