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How Egyptians prepare for Eid Al-Adha

During the Eid, families that can afford to sacrifice a ritually acceptable animal (sheep, goat, camel, or cow) do so and then divide the flesh equally among themselves, the poor, and friends and neighbours.

Bassant Mohammed

Egyptians preparations for Eid Al-Adha

  With only few days left until Muslims’ Eid Al-Adha comes, Egypt’s streets get filled with sheep and cows waiting to be slaughtered, duo to Islamic rituals. Sheep trade flourishes this time of the year with thousands of Egyptians heavily purchase them. Daily News Egypt’s crew spent a day in one of the sheep’s temporarily …

Daily News Egypt

How Egyptians celebrated Eid Al-Adha

On Sunday morning, Egyptians celebrated the first day of Eid Al-Adha. Egypt’s streets turned into one big yarn filled with sheep and cows. According to Islamic belief, Muslims celebrate Eid Al-Adha by slaughtering animals in order to distribute their meat among the poor. This comes after the early morning Eid Al-Adha prayers. At 6am, Muslims …

Nada Deyaa’


In pictures: Celebrating Eid

After communal prayers at the beginning of Eid Al-Adha, celebrations continue with the ritual slaughter of animals and social gatherings. Children wear their new clothes bought specially for Eid while the family goes to the park or enjoys a cruise on the Nile.

Daily News Egypt