Eid Al Fitr 2010 signals the end of Ramadan 2010. The Muslim Community celebrates the end of 30 days of fasting, which began in August. The Ramadan holiday is very important, as it reminds those following Islam how to be pure and practice self control.
Eid Al Fitr is only one of two holidays observed by Muslims. It’s a day to really thank Allah for the blessing he bestows on those who follow him.
Before going to the prayer, it’s important for Muslims to eat, as on this holiday it is forbidden to fast.
The month typically goes by fast, yet Ramadan is a hard month for the Muslim community. This year, it was overshadowed with conflicts over the Ground Zero mosque and threats of groups of adversaries burning the Qu’ran.
As Eid Al Fitr 2010 is here, how are our readers marking this end of the Ramadan month?