THE ULTIMATE EID GIFT: When a bomb-making kit is not enough

This year the Muslim holiday of Eid al-Fitr is on August, 8th. Wish your Muslim friends: “Eid Mubarak”

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It’s traditional to give gifts to your Muslim friends for Eid al-Fitr. Here are a few Eid shopping tips: 

MuslimMatters  Did you ever stop to wonder what it would be like if Muslim families could also celebrate Christmas and Hanukkah in their own homes? Of course you didn’t – that’s haram (forbidden). Muslims have a profoundly intimate holiday meant just for themselves- a spectacularly grand culmination of an entire month’s worth of fasting, prayer, fasting, devotion, fasting, worship, remembrance, fasting, charity, fasting, self-reflection, fasting, and fasting.

Giving a bad Eid gift is worse than giving no gift at all. For instance: Suddenly Karim didn’t feel so excited about getting Eid gifts from his wife anymore.

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Sometimes the choices you make for Eid gifts may backfire, and land you in serious trouble, or worse- may land you in the hospital.

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You could always bring your favorite animal to sacrifice in person, a very popular Eid tradition, but a little messy and may be upsetting to small children.

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Instead, give your favorite Muslim the ultimate Eid gift:

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