Eid al-Fitr

Muslims Around the World Celebrate Eid al-Adha

Muslims around the world honor Eid al-Adha, one of the greatest holidays in Islam. The celebrations began on Thursday, with a total of four days. The holiday is related to family values ​​and symbolizes humility and forgiveness.

Eid al-Adha, or the Feast of Sacrifice, is the greatest religious holiday for Muslims. Celebrations usually take three days.

We internalize the lack of justice

It was a bitter Eid el-Fitr. We had mixed emotions. But I was also happy on the one hand because my beautiful mother celebrated her 75th birthday with her grandchildren and sister, who, according to doctors, had six months of life left, yet has been alive for the past six years. We were all together.

Crowds flock to Istanbul beaches during Eid al-Fitr holiday

People who stayed in Istanbul during the Eid al-Fitr holiday flocked to nearby beaches to take advantage of the hot weather. 

There are around 85 spots in and around Istanbul that are suitable for swimming, all of which were popular among residents who stayed home for the holiday rather than driving to the country's Aegean and Mediterranean coasts.

59 killed, 330 injured in traffic accidents across Turkey since start of Eid al-Fitr

Some 59 people have been killed and 330 have been injured in a total of 78 traffic accidents across Turkey since June 24, the start of the Eid al-Fitr holiday, Doğan News Agency has reported.

Traffic was snarled as people took to the roads to visit their relatives in provinces across the country during the Eid al-Fitr holiday after Ramadan. 

Story of a Syrian astronaut becoming a refugee in Turkey

What is the pain of being without a home and without a country? How painful is it to be away from home?

 The answer is in a piece written by Hanzade Germiyanoğlu, whom I am directly quoting below:  

"It has been six and a half years since Sidra left Aleppo. She has walked kilometers, leaving the past behind and the future in a conundrum."