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    History
    Four thousand years ago, the valley of Mecca was a dry and uninhabited place. According to Islamic history, the Prophet Ibrahim (Abraham) was instructed to bring Hajar and their child Ismael to Arabia from the land of Israel - Canaan - by God's command.

    As Ibrahim made ready to return to the land of Canaan, Hajar asked him, "Who ordered you to leave us here"? When Ibrahim replied: "God", Hajar said, "then God will not forget us; you can go". Although Ibrahim had left a large quantity of food and water with Hajar and Ismael, the supplies quickly ran out and within a few days the two were suffering from hunger and dehydration.

    According to the story, a desparate Hajar ran up and down between two hills called Safa and Marwa seven times, trying to find water. Finally she collapsed beside her baby Ismael and prayed to God for deliverance. Ismael struck his foot on the ground, and this caused a spring of water to gush forth from the earth. Other accounts have the angel Jibral (Gabriel) striking the earth and starting a spring to flow. With this secure water supply, they were not only able to provide for their own needs, but were also able to trade water with passing nomads for food and supplies. When the Prophet Ibrahim returned from Canaan to check on his family, he was amazed to see them running a profitable well.

    The Prophet Ibrahim was told by God to build a shrine dedicated to him adjacent to Hajar's well (the Zamzam Well). Ibrahim and Ismael constructed a small stone structure–-the Kaaba--which was to be the gathering place for all who wished to strengthen their faith in God. As the years passed, Ismael was blessed with Prophethood and he gave the nomads of the desert his message of surrender to God. After many centuries, Mecca became a thriving city and a major center for trade, thanks to its reliable water source, the well of Zamzam.

    The Hijrah
    No longer safe in Mecca, the Prophet Muhammad (pbuh), in the year 628 traveled to Medina (lit. the city) with 1400 of his followers. This is considered as the first 'pilgrimage' in Islam, seeking to re-establish the religious traditions of the Prophet Ibrahim, as he believed they were originally practiced. [4]


    The Takbir and other Rituals


    The Takbir is recited from the dawn of the tenth of Dhu al-Hijjah to the thirteenth of it. The Takbir consists of:

    Allaahu akbar, Allaahu akbar, Allaahu akbar الله أكبر الله أكبر الله أكبر
    laa ilaaha illAllaah لا إله إلا الله
    Allaahu akbar, Allaahu akbar الله أكبر الله أكبر
    wa li-illaahil-hamd ولله الحمد

    Allah is the Greatest, Allah is the Greatest, Allah is the Greatest,
    There is no deity but Allah
    Allah is the Greatest, Allah is the Greatest
    and to Allah goes all praise
    Variation

    Allaahu akbar, Allaahu akbar الله أكبر الله أكبر
    laa ilaaha illAllaah لا إله إلا الله
    wAllaahu akbar, Allaahu akbar والله أكبر الله أكبر
    wa li-illaahil-hamd ولله الحمد
    alhamdulillaah `alaa maa hadaanaa, wa lahul-shukru `ala maa awlaanaa الحمدلله على ما هدانا و له الشكر على ما اولانا

    Allah is the Greatest, Allah is the Greatest,
    There is no deity but Allah
    and Allah is the Greatest, Allah is the Greatest
    and to Allah goes all praise, (We) sing the praises of Allah because He has shown us the Right Path. (We) gratefully thank Him because He takes care of us and looks after our interests.[5]
    Variation:

    Allaahu akbar, Allaahu akbar, Allaahu akbar الله أكبر الله أكبر الله أكبر
    laa ilaaha illAllaah لا إله إلا الله
    Allaahu akbar, Allaahu akbar الله أكبر الله أكبر
    wa li-illaahil-hamd ولله الحمد
    Allaahu akbar kabeera wal hamdu lillahi katheera wa sobhana allahi bokratan wa aseela الله أكبر كبيرا والحمد لله كثيرا وسبحان الله بكرة وأصيلا
    laa ilaaha illAllaah لا إله إلا الله
    Wahdah sadaqa wa'dah wa nasara abdah wa a'aza jondahu wa hazama al-ahzaba wahdah وحده صدق وعده ونصر عبده وأعز جنده وهزم الأحزاب وحده
    laa ilaaha illAllaah لا إله إلا الله
    wala na'bodu illa iyah mokhliseen lahu aldeena wa law kariha al kafiroon ولا نعبد إلا إياه مخلصين له الدين ولو كره الكافرون
    allahomma salli ala sayyidina mohammad wa ala sayyidina mohammad wa ala aal sayyidina mohammad wa ala ashabi sayyidina mohammad wa ala ansari sayyidina mohammad wa ala azwaji sayyidina mohammad wa ala zoriyyati sayyidina mohammadin wa sallim taslimann katheera اللهم صل على سيدنا محمد وعلى آل سيدنا محمد وعلى أصحاب سيدنا محمد وعلى أنصار سيدنا محمد وعلى أزواج سيدنا محمد وعلى ذرية سيدنا محمد وسلم تسليما كثيرا

    Allah is the Greatest, Allah is the Greatest, Allah is the Greatest,
    There is no deity but Allah
    Allah is the Greatest, Allah is the Greatest
    and to Allah goes all praise
    Allah is the Greatest, all Praise is due to Him, And Glory to Allah, eventide and in the morning
    There is no god, but Allah the Unique, He has fulfilled His Promise, and made Victorious His servant, and made Mighty His soldiers and defeated the confederates
    There is no deity but Allah
    He alone we worship, with sincere and exclusive devotion, even though the infidels hate it
    O Allah, have Mercy on our Prophet Muhammad, and on the family of our Prophet Muhammad, and on the companions of our Prophet Muhammad, and on the helpers of our Prophet Muhammad, and on the wives of our Prophet Muhammad, and on the offspring of our Prophet Muhammad, and Bestow upon them much peace
    [edit] Traditions and practices
    Men, women, and children are expected to dress in their finest clothing to perform Eid prayer (ṣalātu l-`Īdi) in a large congregation in an open area or mosque. Muslims who can afford to do so sacrifice their best domestic animals (usually sheep, but also camels, cows and goats) as a symbol of Ibrahim's sacrifice. The sacrificed animals, called uḍiyyah (Arabic: أضحية‎, also known as "al-qurbāni"), have to meet certain age and quality standards or else the animal is considered an unacceptable sacrifice. Generally, these must be at least a year old.

    The regular charitable practices of the Muslim community are demonstrated during Eid al-Adha by the concerted effort to see that no impoverished person is left without sacrificial food during these days.

    Distributing meat among people is considered an essential part of the festival during this period, as well as chanting Takbir out loud before the Eid prayer on the first day and after prayers through out the four days of Eid. (See Takbir in "Traditions and practices" of Eid el-Fitr.) In some countries families that do not own livestock can make a contribution to a charity that will provide meat to those who are in need.

    [edit] Eid al-Adha in the Gregorian calendar
    See also: Islamic calendar
    While Eid al-Adha is always on the same day of the Islamic calendar, the date on the Gregorian calendar varies from year to year since the Islamic calendar is a lunar calendar and the Gregorian calendar is a solar calendar. The lunar calendar is approximately eleven days shorter than the solar calendar. Each year, Eid al-Adha (like other Islamic holidays) falls on one of two different Gregorian dates in different parts of the world, due to the fact that the boundary of crescent visibility is different from the International date line.

    The following list shows the official dates of Eid al-Adha for Saudi Arabia as announced by the Supreme Judicial Council. Future dates are calculated according to the Umm al-Qura calendar of Saudi Arabia.[6] The three days after the listed date are also part of the festival. The time before the listed date the pilgrims visit the Mount Arafat and descend from it after sunrise of the listed day. Future dates of Eid al-Adha might face correction 10 days before the festivity, in case of deviant lunar sighting in Saudi Arabia for the start of the month Dhul Hijja.
    [*]1400 (Islamic Calendar): October 17, 1980
    [*]1401 (Islamic Calendar): October 6, 1981
    [*]1402 (Islamic Calendar): September 26, 1982
    [*]1403 (Islamic Calendar): September 15, 1983
    [*]1404 (Islamic Calendar): September 4, 1984
    [*]1405 (Islamic Calendar): August 24, 1985
    [*]1406 (Islamic Calendar): August 14, 1986
    [*]1407 (Islamic Calendar): August 3, 1987
    [*]1408 (Islamic Calendar): July 23, 1988
    [*]1409 (Islamic Calendar): July 12, 1989
    [*]1410 (Islamic Calendar): July 2, 1990
    [*]1411 (Islamic Calendar): June 21, 1991
    [*]1412 (Islamic Calendar): June 10, 1992
    [*]1413 (Islamic Calendar): May 30, 1993
    [*]1414 (Islamic Calendar): May 20, 1994
    [*]1415 (Islamic Calendar): May 9, 1995
    [*]1416 (Islamic Calendar): April 28, 1996
    [*]1417 (Islamic Calendar): April 17, 1997
    [*]1418 (Islamic Calendar): April 7, 1998
    [*]1419 (Islamic Calendar): March 27, 1999
    [*]1420 (Islamic Calendar): March 16, 2000
    [*]1421 (Islamic Calendar): March 5, 2001
    [*]1422 (Islamic Calendar): February 22, 2002
    [*]1423 (Islamic Calendar): February 11, 2003
    [*]1424 (Islamic Calendar): February 1, 2004
    [*]1425 (Islamic Calendar): January 20, 2005 announced (calculated date:
    January 21, 2005)
    [*]1426 (Islamic Calendar): January 10, 2006 announced (calculated date:
    same)
    [*]1427 (Islamic Calendar): December 30, 2006 announced (calculated date:
    December 31, 2006)
    [*]1428 (Islamic Calendar): December 19, 2007 announced (calculated date:
    December 20, 2007)
    [*]1429 (Islamic Calendar): December 8, 2008 announced (calculated date:
    same)
    [*]1430 (Islamic Calendar): November 27, 2009 announced (calculated date:
    same)
    [*]1431 (Islamic Calendar): November 16, 2010 (calculated)
    [*]1432 (Islamic Calendar): November 6, 2011 (calculated)
    [*]1433 (Islamic Calendar): October 26, 2012 (calculated)
    [*]1434 (Islamic Calendar): October 15, 2013 (calculated)
    [*]1435 (Islamic Calendar): October 4, 2014 (calculated)
    [*]1436 (Islamic Calendar): September 23, 2015 (calculated)
    [*]1437 (Islamic Calendar): September 11, 2016 (calculated)
    [*]1438 (Islamic Calendar): September 1, 2017 (calculated)
    [*]1439 (Islamic Calendar): August 21, 2018 (calculated)
    [*]1440 (Islamic Calendar): August 11, 2019 (calculated)
    [*]1441 (Islamic Calendar): July 31, 2020 (calculated)
    [*]1442 (Islamic Calendar): July 23, 2021 (calculated)




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