The Eid’s First Day:Everyone is enthusiastic welcoming the arrival of the eid. All of young people and children are waiting for the big day. In the early morning, all the Moroccan families’ members wake up sharing a delicious breakfast with one each other. After that, prayers are done in the mosques by the men. Then, the sheep will be prepared to be sacrificed at the feast’s day. This process must be painless, however. The butcher makes sure to protect the goat’s organs and some parts are prepared to be eaten.
Aid al adha prayers
Moroccan Types of Food at Eid al-Adha:In Morocco, sweets and cookies are prepared very well in advance for the special waited day. The process of preparing the meat is the most important Moroccan tradition on Eid al Adha. During the four days of Eid, despite its expensive price, families serve meat-rich dishes using various parts of the body such as the head, stomach and feet. In general, all the dishes of this feast are delicious and their main ingredient is meat.
aid al adha food Boulfaf
Eid al-Adha and Social Relations’ Importance:In a way that expresses the happiness of the Eid’s coming, buying new clothes especially for children has been a ritual that is protected over generations. On the holy day, People visit their relatives, neighbors and friends to share their greetings and collectively celebrate indicating the importance of their social relations. In each house, you can offer different and delicious types of sweets and drinks that have been specially prepared for this day. This is an ancestral tradition of the Eid that Moroccan families protected it.
Congratulations on Eid al Adha
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Markets before Eid al-Adha:Markets and sellers are busy preparing for Eid’s celebration. All markets in every city and town got crowded with people all times before the holy four days. All of them go to markets buying their needs, clothes and the most necessary ingredients for sweets and Eid dishes. The markets welcome the Eid’s arrival in a special way; they are enlightened and decorated in accordance with the celebration. An atmosphere of fun that is festive would absolutely make you satisfied and happy. Can you figure the importance of these days to Muslims in morocco?
Moroccan sheeps Market