Muslims around the world celebrated Eid Al Adha, and shared pictures of their celebrations on social media channels. Many people posted greetings and prayed for a peaceful world.
Jaleshwer Jeanwall: “Happy Eid to all our brothers and sisters all over the world. May this Eid bring a new dawn in the lives of all.”
Rizwan Rasheed: “Eid mubark to all muslims.”
Mahfuja Ahmed: “My two year old niece woke me up telling me she opened her present. I went to see what she was up to and she had been casually opening up everyone’s presents #EidMubarak.”
Zlatan Al Faraj Junior: “#EidMubarak to Muslims celebrating today. To those of different faiths or no faith, I send you greetings of peace.” Maryam Adam Kofar Ruwa: “#EidMubarak. May peace and joy embrace your life, And stay on this blessed day and always. May love prevail over hate, empathy over indifference, peace over conflict. Ameen.”
Sank Thaposh Diallo: “I wish you all a very happy and peaceful Eid.
May Allah accept your good deeds and forgive your transgressions. May He ease the suffering of all people around the globe. #Eidmubarak” Naseer: “May the Almighty bless us with lots of happiness, forgive and protect us. Spread love and brotherhood on this happy occasion. Stay blessed. #EidMubarak”
Maddi Dot: “Istanbul never sleeps but the streets of Istanbul are quiet this Eid morning. I’m on my way to mosque. #EidMubarak from Turkey.” Alden Escolano shared pictures of the Eid Al Adha fireworks in Dubai
Drones, timetable, strict supervision kept pilgrimage safe as more than 1.8 million faithful converged on Mount Arafat on Sunday. Here are some posts from social media.
Makkah Live shared this picture:
PkTube: “Haj 2016, Haj mubarak to everyone.”
Suzain Fatima: “May Allah bless us. #Hajj #Makkah.”