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Kashmir Aug 12
On Pakistani Side of we are free to Celebrate our religious festivals like , on the other hand, in Indian side of Kashmir totally ban to cut animals or Eid Prayers. This is Two Nation theory. Thanks Founder of Two Nation Theory. Jinnah We 💖 you.
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CRUSADE 4 Aug 12
To all our Muslim brothers and sisters we wish you a Happy Eid Al-Adha Mubarak and may all your prayers be answered.
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☆nab☆ Aug 12
Mom dressed me today
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🇵🇰🇩🇪 Aug 12
Eid Mubarak from me n the boys
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Mahnoor Aug 12
Wasting 6 secs of your life 🤪
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Dr Samara Afzal Aug 13
What better way to spend the 2nd day of Eid than to play cricket!
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Usama🍁 Aug 12
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MARRYAM Oct 27
On World’s Top Beef Exporters, were preaching Islam to Muslims to cut cakes & not to slaughter Cows/Goats that feeds poor! Banned their religious festivities. Pay back time👇 STOP POLLUTING WORLD BY NOT LIGHTING THESE LAMPS! IT IS DANGEROUS FOR HUMANS!
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jamshed babu Aug 12
Ok now it’s my turn ❤️🙈
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shahana hanif Aug 12
it is well over 1 yr w/ my bionic left shoulder. i’m grateful 4 recovery & stretching my arm more than was possible b4 surgery & w/o pain. last i was in a cast healing, high spirits but depressed thinking abt where the shoulder would be 1 yr from then...& here we are
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Ahmadiyya Philippines Aug 13
to all. Jamaat Ahmadiyya Philippines and Humanity First Philippines sacrificed 6 cows and 17 goats, distributing the meat to the needy. Sacrifice, self-improvement and taking care of the needy are the main lessons of .
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Leils 🍓 Aug 12
It’s always sunny in my world ☀️ 🍋
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Jonathan Gullis Aug 13
Great work by to celebrate . Would love to see this replicated in Stoke-on-Trent next year. Celebrations and festivals are a great way to break down social barriers and educate about faith.
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Gaurav mehta Aug 12
While many of us celebrated with our families, there were many Kashmiris who were not just away from their homes but also unaware of their families' whereabouts. Today at Jantar Mantar, many of Kashmiris came forward, hugged, cried and shared their agony.
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Walter H white Aug 12
Me waiting for Eid __ boss 🙌
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ريبي Aug 13
Let’s admire this view I caught yesterday💕
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Engr. Syed Haris Ahmed 🇵🇰 Aug 12
I spent my EID day collecting hides for Al-khidmat. These hides will be used to help orphans, widows and needy people. May Allah accept our sacrifice. Ameen.
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Lajna Ima'illah AUS Aug 12
that is celebrated to commemorate Prophet Abrahams’(as) willingness to sacrifice his son for Allah? Indeed, the spirit of sacrifice matters more than the actual sacrifice. Let’s remember the poor and the needy on this occasion of in our happiness
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adnanmalik Aug 12
I’m wondering whether its correct to be celebratory today. Karachi is drowning, people & animals are dying, no electricity, flooded waters are turning red & next step is disease/illness. Kashmir has been brutally occupied without remorse. Not the most Mubarak of times.
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Bilal Abbas FC Aug 12
Eid greetings from Bilal Abbas Khan and his lovely warm family
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