Eid-al-Adha (say “EED al UDD-ha”) is a Muslim festival that lasts several days. It marks the end of the pilgrimage season known as the Hajj, where millions of people go to Makkah, a city in Saudi Arabia, to observe.
Some special traditions include giving charity, and donating food to those in need because taking care of each other is important. Muslims dress up in their best clothes, give gifts, eat lots of yummy food, and spend time with their families.
Happy Eid to those celebrating!
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