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Eid Mubarak Messages from Obama, ISNA, Muslims, Jews and Me

The most Eidmassy moment of Sep 10th: Eid ul Fitr for England:

I'm stood outside a relative's house dressed in silver and a woman walks by. 'You look lovely' she said. 'Oh?' I thought, is she taking the mick? 'Have a wonderful Eid!' she chimed with a smile. 'Aw, thank you very much' I said back. Sweet. Maybe she was a Jew. They're nice like that.

A Statement by President Barack Obama on the Occasion of Eid-ul-Fitr was released on Thursday:

"As Ramadan comes to an end, Michelle and I extend our best wishes to Muslims in the United States and around the world on the occasion of Eid-ul-Fitr. For Muslims all over the world, Eid ul-Fitr marks the end of a holy month of fasting and prayer. It is a time of self-reflection focusing on the values that Muslims and people of all faiths share - charity, community, cooperation and compassion.

This year's Eid is also an occasion to reflect on the importance of religious tolerance and to recognize the positive role that religious communities of all faiths, including Muslims, have played in American life.

On this Eid, those devastated by the recent floods in Pakistan will be on the minds of many around the world. To help in the tremendous relief, recovery, and reconstruction effort for the floods, all Americans can participate by donating to the Pakistan Relief Fund at www.state.gov.
On behalf of the American people, we congratulate Muslims in the United States and around the world on this blessed day. Eid Mubarak."

Brilliant, thanks Barack. He's so cool. *convert!* ... only kidding.


ISNA Extends Wishes for Peace and Blessings to our Jewish Friends and Neighbors During Their High Holy Days.

"As in recent years, the Jewish High Holy Days will correspond with the end of Ramadan and the concluding Muslim holiday, Eid ul-Fitr. This year, the Jewish High Holy Days began on Tuesday with Rosh Hashanah (Jewish New Year) at sundown and will extend for a period of ten days, concluding with the celebration of Yom Kippur."


Eid Mubarak from the Islamic Institute of Development and Research. 
The easy version: IIDR.


From Sound Vision Team

"Let us rejoice this day and proclaim His greatness, for it is His command.

Let us thank Allah for all His blessings on this day of joy and happiness."


God accept our efforts and prayers on the first ten days of this month. Eid Mubarak to you and your families from Young Muslims Canada


A modest "Eid Mubarak from Islamic Design House."


Why Islam: You Deserve To Know. Eid Mubarak.


SunniPath wishes you a beloved Eid-ul-Fitr.

News: SunniPath is now known as Qibla. (Don't ask me why, I'm just the messenger).


from england. with peace.
how did you spend your eidmas?

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