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How is Eid al-Fitr Celebrated?
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30.       Trudy
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 04 Sep 2008 Thu 05:50 pm

 

Quoting doudi94

yeah but at the place where they fitar earlier the fajr is earlier so they have less time to eat and drink bt the place where they fast late the fajr s also late depends on where you are in the world, when the time the sun comes up and the time when the sun goes down, again i repeat (i think)

 

Well, you can compare, these are the Dutch times (with slight differences of minutes between several cities and in Holland it is one hour earlier than in Egypt). The first time is the morning prayer time, the second time is sunset.

 

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31.       savitri
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 13 Sep 2010 Mon 06:59 am

sorry bit late on this, just read that only the men would go to the morning prayer during eid,....is that true?

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