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Best Ten Days Drive

DateDrive of Thul-Hijja 1429/Dec 2008
Type of DateDrive: Awareness & Donation

The Best Ten days for 1429 starts from the sunset of Friday November 28th, 2008.

What: Encouraging Muslims to maximize their rewards during the month of Hajj


  1. Getting 29 comments about activities in these best days
  2. Issuing Hajj 1429 Bookmarks.


  1. Spread the link of this drive by blogging, emailing, and posting on forums, sites, etc.
    This is the link:
  2. Post in the comment section any story or advice about fasting Arafah, saying Takbeer in public, doing the Udhiya/Qurban, cooking the meat, eating & drinking, inviting guests, feeding needy people, or celebrating the Eid. Click here to post

Special acts of worship for the month of Thul Hijjah

These dates are according to Makkah (check with your local masjid for local dates)
Thikr/Takbeer Days: From the sunset of Friday November 28th till the sunset of Thursday December 11th, 2008
Arafah Day: Sunday December 7th, 2008
Eid Day: Monday December 8th, 2008
Sacrifice Days: After Eid prayer until the sunset of Thursday December 11th, 2008

Reviving the Sunnah of hands-on Qurban

What to say when slaughtering an animal?


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  • fatima

    Salam alkum,

    well my eid was alahmdullilah good, As i am a convert my family are all christain so they was looking forward to christmas so they was not really intrested that it was eid for me so i had to sit in my room and just watch islamic lectures and there is no masjid near me so i was sat alone and listening to some islamic nasheeds and watching the islam channel on sky which was really good watching the gpu (goloble peace unity) event in london which i always enjoy and i could not saulator my own meat so i went to the butchers and got some from there and i cooked a nice meal and gave some to my neighbours as a good deen may allah accept my efforts and also then i watched an animal get sauloughted in the hajj as live hajj was on the noor channel on sky so yes it was great and i really did enjoy it

    thankyou halfdate for giving me the oppitunitys to share my story on eid with the ummah and i really enjoy the chance to read everyones stories they always make my heart fill up with love alahmdullilah Jazak’ Allah to everyone

    May Allah bless us all with the sweetest date to share in Jannah

    wa alkum salam fatima (england) xxx

  • Young Anonymous Muslimah

    Masha’Allah, beautiful stories of Happy eid times, I especially loved Brother Shoaibs, it sounded amazing. and Masha’Allah for being so optimistic!

  • Frenchy

    Salamo Alaykoum Warahmatolah Wabarakatoh

    Dear sis and bros’,

    I was reading some of your stories and MashaAllah they are all different and made me really happy to know how each of you spent Eid day.
    Here, in my hometown, everything went well Alhamdolilah. The only thing I regret is not having performed Eid Prayer.. we were too late and the masjid was crowded MAshaAllah!! We could fortunately listen to the Khutbah Alhamdolilah.. then we embraced and and my family and I went straight away to bring our sheep home.. So we lived again the experience of going to the farmer !!! Waaaw… and what an amazing experience!!! I loved it and will always love it!
    Then, my father slaughtered it.. we took some pictures and worked together to finish the ”job” so that we could do a big barbecue in the yard…

    I am summing-up my Eid day..but seriously.. it was just so gooooooooooooooooooooood Alhamdulilah.

    ” Hope you can understand something of my poor English..” I would have liked to write it down in French but the thing is.. I guess some of you guys can’t understand French…

    May Allah reaward us All with the sweetest date in Jannah! And again..Jazakum Allaho Khairan for reading my ” Eid Story..”

  • Frenchy

    I just realised that I Forgot something in the comment above.. sorry lol

    Here it is: we embraced each other*

  • Muslim in Socal

    Alhamdulillah, we had a lovely gathering for Eid, mainly for Chinese Muslims.

    People of all ages came, seniors to children :)

    Alhamdulillah, we had great food, speeches, and socialization.

    Some reverts brought their non-Muslim family members, which was very nice. One speaker mentioned about how Muslims are not alone in this celebration, because Hajj, Kaabah, sacrifice, salah, and fasting are related to many other prophets (peace and prayers be upon them). Another speaker mentioned that Islam is the fastest growing religion and it’s a big blessing from Allah for us and the humanity at large.

    Eid Mubarak to all :)

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  • Sunni4lyf

    I was late for eid prayer i had to take the bus from 2 cities away to get to my masjid. im happy they have 2 eid prayers one after the other so that people who missed the first can do the second…. usually i ride there with a friend and have to leave quickly after its over cuz she gotta work but when i was alone this year i got to stay til most people had come and gone…. i love seeing the diversity African Asian Mediterranean caucasion and all in between!!! the different styles of clothes and colors and personalities I LOVE u all fisibillah!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Sunni4lyf

    Does being nice to the mean cat count as a sadaqah???? cuz that cat is BAD!