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Eid usually refers to:

  • Eid al-Fitr (عيد الفطر ʿĪd al-Fiṭr, "Festival of Breaking the Fast"), marks the end of the month of Ramadan
  • Eid al-Adha (عيد الأضحى ʿĪd al-ʾAḍḥā, "Festival of the Sacrifice"), celebrated to commemorate Ibrahim willingness to sacrifice his son for God

Eid or EID may also refer to:

Other Islamic holidays[edit]

  • Eid Milad an-Nabi (عيد ميلاد النبي ʿĪd Mīlād an-Nabī, "Festival of the Birth of the Prophet"), one of several names for Muhammad, the Prophet of Islam
  • Eid al-Milad (عيد الميلاد ʿĪd al-Mīlād, "Festival of the Birth"), Arabic phrase for birthday
  • Eid al-Ghadeer, an Eid for Shia Muslims which marks the nomination of Ali, Mohammed's cousin, as the successor of Mohammed
  • Eid al-Mubahila, an Eid for Shia Muslims which marks the success of Muslims in a peaceful debate with the Christians of the time
  • Eid-e-Shuja', an Eid for Shia Muslims which marks the end of the mourning period after the events of Karbala



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