Eid!!! 🌸💕🌸

A British Muslim girl, a teacher, travel enthusiast and one who is hoping to hold onto the tolerant country she was raised in tries to single-handedly debunk thwarted beliefs of Islam and more specifically warped notions of Muslims living in the West.

She also believes

Muslims are compelled to live by the law of the land in which they reside – that is Islamic law.  So, if you live in the UK you have to abide by British law and if you live in the US then likewise you must abide by American law and so on and so forth. {Tackling a monster}

Here she looks at the three days after a month of fasting = Eid Al-Fitr = celebration of breaking fast. She also expresses that she learnt and feels it is quite necessary, to also include non-Muslim friends, neighbours and colleagues in the Eid celebrations.

Now more than ever, we as Muslims need to break down stereotypes and get involved with our communities and educate those around us by showing them what real Islam is.


Preceding articles

From the Ramadan into the eid

Celebrate Eid in style

“Muslims are terrorists”


On other blogs:

  1. An ode to Ramadan
  2. Ramadan in Abu Dhabi: how to eat
  3. The Day before Eid
  4. Eid!
  5. Eid Mubarak – from Life Ing
  6. Eid Festivities!
  7. Happy Eid Festival
  8. What does Eid mean to me?
  9. Eid Mubarak: Why Christians Should Be Excited Too
  10. Eid Mubarak To All Of You.
  11. Eid Mubarak!🎊
  12. The origin of…Eid-al-Fitr
  13. Eid Mubarak! 1
  14. Eid Mubarak! 2
  15. Eid Murbarak! 3
  16. Eid Mubarak! 4
  17. Happy Eid.
  18. Eid al-Fitr
  19. Awesome Schedule to spend Eid Days with full chill time
  20. Eid Mubarak…. Baghdad!
  21. Eid Mubarak from Uganda
  22. Celebrating with Maamoul by Manal Massoud
  23. Why Islam inspires us
  24. Sugar Feast – Şeker Bayramı
  25. In The Name of Islam – Eid-ul-Fitr 2016
  26. Food, Love and Memories of Eid
  27. Eid Mubarak#EidMubarak
  28. Enjoy Chicken Korma on Eid-ul-Fitr
  29. Celebrate Eid-ul-Fitr with Baklava
  30. Photos: A world of Muslim style, for celebrating Eid in the United States
  31. Eid-ul-Fitr in London (Year of 2016)
  32. Wednesday, 6 July, 2016
  33. Video: Justin Trudeau sends heartwarming Eid message
  34. It was Eid today…
  35. Eid-alFitr to my Muslim friends! — justbluedutch
  36. #38 | 100 Happy Days
  37. 10 Struggles of Eid Day Handshakes
  38. Come On Eileen
  39. No Eid for these birds, is there?
  40. Glad tidings to the strangers!
  41. An Eid Message to the Muslim World
  42. Gayung Tempurung

Left the West for the East


After a month of fasting, Allah has given Muslims Eid Al-Fitr which translates to the celebration of breaking fast as we will no longer be fasting Ramadhan. Before this celebration, every Muslim has to give zakah (charity) in food to those in need. Many people send money to third world countries and ask trusted relatives or charity organisations to buy food and distribute it to those in need. Some give to charities in their local neighbourhoods as there’s no restriction as to where you’re able to give the zakah to.  What’s beautiful about this is we’re only meant to give a handful in food, something many of us are able to do.

We put up decorations and play anasheed (Islamic songs), prepare food, give our homes a good clean up and put on incense (oud) and get henna done. Below are ours. I think it came out okay.


On Eid…

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