Idul Adha means to share and care
Muslims around the world on Sunday (6/11) will mark Idul Adha with prayers and ritual sacrifices. Idul Adha, or the Day of Sacrifice, honors Ibraham’s willingness to sacrifice his son Ismail on the order of God, who, according to Islamic tradition, eventually provided a lamb in the boy’s place.
Idul Adha has unique spiritual, devotional, educational and social meanings. It implants in ...
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