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Christians, Do You Know What The Meat Muslims Gives To You During Sallah Stands For?

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When it comes to this year's Eid ul Adha, Muslims expect it to be even bigger than last year's celebration. However, there are a few considerations to bear in mind. the first day of the Muslim calendar year.

Adha, the final day of Hajj, is celebrated to mark the culmination of the pilgrimage.

Ibrahim was willing to offer his son up as a sacrifice to God, which is why it is commemorated with this teddy bear. He didn't have to make the sacrifice of his kid since God provided a sheep in his place. This is how they're celebrating by slaughtering animals.

The meat will be divided into three equal portions, with one portion going to each of the three groups.

As a sign of respect, the meat that Christians receive from Muslims should be treated with reverence and eaten, not thrown away. Also, just as a footnote...

You should refuse the meat offered to you by Muslims during Eid ul Adha if you're a Christian and you know you won't eat it.

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