Eid Rules

To adorn oneself as permitted by Shari’at ( do not wear neither tie clothes, nor transparent nor imitating the disbeliveers)

To take a bath.

To clean the teeth with Miswaak.

To wear the best cloths that one has.

To use perfume. (Woman must follow the command of the Prophet  in the matter of wearing perfume).

To rise early in the morning and pray fajr.

To go to the Eid gathering early.

To eat before going to the Eid Gathering In Eid Al-Fittr.( this is different than the case of Eid Al-Adh-haaImage result for children pray eid where it is preferable to avoid eating before Al-Adh-haa).

To go to the Eid gathering by one way and to come back another way.

To go on foot. (If you bring your car, park it properly, and if you are single, try to come with a brother or bring others with you to save space on the day of Eid.)

To recite on the way to the Eid Musalla: “Allahu Akbar, Allahu Akbar, Laa ilaaha illa-llahu Wa-llahu Akbar, Allahu Akbar, WA lillahil Hamd.” “Allah is the greatest, Allah is the greatest. There is no deity besides Allah and Allah is the greatest. Allah is the greatest and all praises are for Allah only.”
Note: It is Haraam ( Prohibited) to fast on 10th, 11th, 12th and 13th Dhil Hijjah, (i.e. ‘Eid day and three days after) and also the one day of ‘Eid-ul-Fittr.

Visit your relative and your brothers. And if you are unable to visit, at least call them. Forgive and give good things as gifts.

Please park -your car- properly and let The Masjid be the most beloved place for you and your family.

Give your children a chance to do Salât Al-Eid and Arrange with their school for this matter. We Are Ready to help you.


Eid: Etiquette and Rulings