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Holidays and Traditions
Adjectives and Articles
What are some Islamic Holidays?
Asked in Holidays and Traditions
What are the holidays that Morrocans celebrate?
Moroccan public holidays include both Islamic and national holidays. The Islamic holidays are the Islamic New Year, the birthday of the prophet Mohammed, Eid ul-Fitr (the end of Ramadan), and Eid al-Adha (Festival of Sacrifice). The national holidays are New Year's Day, Labor Day, Allegiance Day, King and People's Revolution Day, the birthday of King Mohammed VI, Green March Day, and Independence Day.
Asked in Oman
What are the dates of Public Holidays in Oman in 2013?
There are two groups of nationally recognized holidays in Oman: Islamic calendar holidays and Gregorian calendar holidays. The Islamic holidays are Islamic New Year (1 Muhurram), Prophet's Birthday (12 Rabi-ul-Awwal), Prophet's Ascension (27 Rajab), End of Ramadan (1 through 3 Shawwal), and Feast of the Sacrifice (10 through 13 Dhu al-Hijjah). The Gregorian holidays are New Year's Day (January 1), Renaissance Day (July 23), and National Day (November 18).
Asked in Islam, Holidays and Traditions, Ramadan
What are some of Islamic holidays?
There are mainly two annual holidays and one weekly holiday. The two annual holidays are: Eidul Fitr (the Fasting breaking feast); on the first day of the 10th month in the Islamic Lunar Calendar. It celebrates the end of fasting the month of Ramadan (the 9th month on the Islamic Lunar Calendar) Eidul AlAdha (the Sacrifice feast); on the period 9th to 13th days of the 12th month in the Islamic Lunar Calendar. The weekly holiday is the Friday of each week when Muslims gathers at noon in mosques for listening to the sermon and practice the gathering Friday praying.
Asked in Holidays and Traditions, Ramadan
What are Muslim holidays are in November and December?
Asked in Africa
What holidays does Africa celebrate?
Africa is a content made up of different countries (54 in all). Each has its own local or customary holidays. There are a lot of common religious holidays between countries as many of them share common religious beliefs. Common holidays include the Christian holidays such as Easter and Christmas, as well as the Islamic Holidays such as Eid-al-Iftar. Other holidays would be national holidays such as Independence or National days.