Eid al-Fitr

Not diabetes related but I thought this great post by ISOYU would accompany my Ramadan post, as Eid is the celebration that takes place after a month of fasting from sun rise to sunset.

ISOYU

As many of you may know, Muslims all around the world have spent the last month fasting abstaining from food from sun rise to sunset. This is known as Ramadan. Ramadan is a very spiritual time and Muslims try to engage as much as they can with the teachings of their religion, Islam.

At the end of this month is the celebration of Eid al-Fitr known as the festival of breaking the fast. This day of celebration concludes the end of the 29th or 30th day of Ramadan and starts the first day of the new Islamic month Shawwal.

This Eid, I thought it would be nice to wear some tradition Qatari clothing.

I also thought it would be nice to show one of the many Algerian styles women wear on this big occasion.

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WHAT I WORE:

The main piece of clothing in this outfit is called a thawb which…

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