Aug 3 2013
A new Muslim EID stamp for 2013. The US Postal Service issued its first Muslim EID stamp on Sept. 1, 2001
One must question why, after the Muslim terrorist attacks on Sept. 11, 2001, we would continue to issue Muslim stamps? Did we issue Japanese stamps in the decade after the attack on Pearl Harbor? NO.
CAIR The U.S. Postal Service today announced the 2013 Eid Forever Stamp. The Postal Service issued its first Eid stamp, with gold calligraphy against a blue background, on September 1, 2001. All Eid stamps to date have featured the work of Muslim calligrapher, Mohamed Zakariya, of Arlington, Virginia.
Here’s the 2013 stamp followed by a few of the earlier ones.
Personally, I think this is the only Muslim stamp that should ever be sold in America.