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With only few days left until Muslims’ Eid Al-Adha comes, Egypt’s streets get filled with sheep and cows waiting to be slaughtered, duo to Islamic rituals. Sheep trade flourishes this time of the year with thousands of Egyptians heavily purchase them. Daily News Egypt’s crew spent a day in one of the sheep’s temporarily …
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The road from fresh home-baked kahk to red velvet ones
Photos by Asmaa Gamal
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Muslims marked the Eid al-Fitr festival Thursday with feasts and prayers, even as the threat of fresh violence loomed in the Middle East
Across the country, Eid prayers were held in all mosques on Thursday morning. These photos come from different mosques united in prayers but divided in politics. From Nahda sit in to Tahrir, to the violence-gripped city of Al Arish in North Sinai
Parents are taking their children out to peruse the large variety of shirts, pants and dresses for sale on shops and stalls alike.
Eid Al-Adha, also called the Feast of Sacrifice or the Greater Bairam, is one of two important religious holidays celebrated by Muslims worldwide.