 Halloween

 Anniversary

of the
Green March
 Christmas
 Eid al-Fitr
 Valentine's Day
 Muharram
 New Year's Day
 ˈ...
The period just before and after 25

December, a Christian holy day which
celebrates the birth of Jesus Christ

A

traditional exhibition of horsemanship in

the Maghreb performed during cultural

festivals and to close
Berber weddin...
 the

night of 31 October when children dress

in special clothes and people try to frighten
each other
 14

February, a day when you give a love card

to someone you have a romantic relationship
with or would like a romantic...
 It

falls on January 1 and marks the start of a

new year according to the Gregorian
calendar
 commemorates

the historic struggle of

working people throughout the world. It
occurs on May 1st
a

marriage ceremony and any celebrations

such as a meal or a party which follow it
 This

holiday celebrates the birthday

of Muhammad, the founder of Islam. It is
fixed as the 12th day of the month of Ra...

 This

commemorates the event when in 1975
approximately 350,000 unarmed Moroccans
along with 27,000 soldiers under the...
 The

Celebration concluding Ramadan. It is a

Festival of Breaking the Fast. It is one of the

two most important Islami...
 This

month of marks the beginning of the

Islamic liturgical year. IT begins on the first
day of Muharram,
 It

is great day celebrated by all muslims
around the world on the 10th day of
Muharram, the 1rst month which marks the
...
 This

celebration concludes the Hajj. It is also

called the Feast of Sacrifice because it
commemorates the

prophet Abr...
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Celebrations across the world

  1. 1.  Halloween  Anniversary of the Green March  Christmas  Eid al-Fitr  Valentine's Day  Muharram  New Year's Day  ˈInternational Workers'  Eid al-Adha Day /labour day  FANTASIA  Eid El-Mawlid  Achoura  Muharram  Wedding ceremony The Islamic New Year
  2. 2. The period just before and after 25 December, a Christian holy day which celebrates the birth of Jesus Christ 
  3. 3. A traditional exhibition of horsemanship in the Maghreb performed during cultural festivals and to close Berber wedding celebrations
  4. 4.  the night of 31 October when children dress in special clothes and people try to frighten each other
  5. 5.  14 February, a day when you give a love card to someone you have a romantic relationship with or would like a romantic relationship with
  6. 6.  It falls on January 1 and marks the start of a new year according to the Gregorian calendar
  7. 7.  commemorates the historic struggle of working people throughout the world. It occurs on May 1st
  8. 8. a marriage ceremony and any celebrations such as a meal or a party which follow it
  9. 9.  This holiday celebrates the birthday of Muhammad, the founder of Islam. It is fixed as the 12th day of the month of Rabi I in the Islamic calendar
  10. 10.   This commemorates the event when in 1975 approximately 350,000 unarmed Moroccans along with 27,000 soldiers under the direction of King Hassan II marched to the border of Western Sahara calling for the territory to be returned to Morocco
  11. 11.  The Celebration concluding Ramadan. It is a Festival of Breaking the Fast. It is one of the two most important Islamic celebrations
  12. 12.  This month of marks the beginning of the Islamic liturgical year. IT begins on the first day of Muharram,
  13. 13.  It is great day celebrated by all muslims around the world on the 10th day of Muharram, the 1rst month which marks the beginning of the Islamic new year. The meaning of the word is related to the number ten in Arabic language. It comemorates the victory God has given to his prophet Moses overPharaoh
  14. 14.  This celebration concludes the Hajj. It is also called the Feast of Sacrifice because it commemorates the prophet Abraham's willingness to obey Allah by sacrificing his son Ishmael. According to the Qu'ran, just before Abraham sacrificed his son, Allah replaced Ishmael with a ram, thus sparing his life.

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