Eid Mubarek


Happy Eid, or Eid Mubarek to any Muslims who read this. Judging from this post at Riverbend, Eid seems a lot like Chinese New Year.

Eid, to anyone who doesn't know, signifies the end of Ramadan, the month of fasting. It's more or less the Muslim equivalent of stuffing your face with Easter eggs after Lent.

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