Muslims in Tunisia on Friday celebrated Eid al-Adha, the feast of sacrifice, with religious fervor and charitable deeds.
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For many, the pilgrimage, which runs five days and which all Muslims must perform at least once in a lifetime if physically and financially able, has been a lifelong dream.
From Saudi Arabia and Egypt to Syria and Palestine, Muslims across the Middle East celebrate the Feast of the Sacrifice
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Muslims gather in war-torn Marawi City amid heavy firefights to celebrate one of the most important Muslim feasts
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In the town of Konduga, 35 kilometers (22 miles) from Borno state capital Maiduguri, the returnees gathered at a praying ground surrounded by the rubble of homes destroyed by the militants.
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Fellow Muslims across Asia spent the day slaughtering livestock, giving charity to the poor and visiting relatives on Islam's second-holiest holiday.
Malaysians involved in NGO efforts to help poorer Muslims with annual sacrificial festival also attend prayer at mosque
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A Hamas banner was hung on the door of the holy mosque, congratulating Muslim of the advent of the feast of Eid al-Adha.
Relations between Cairo and Doha have soured dramatically since July of last year, when the army ousted Mohamed Morsi – Egypt's first freely elected leader – following mass demonstrations against his presidency.
While some Muslims gave money to charitable organizations to help provide Eid meals for poor families, others prepared meals at local mosques for poor Zambians.
Egyptians connected to the movement were ill inclined to celebrate at a time when leaders are behind bars.