“Idul Adha (‘festival of Sacrifice’), also known as the Greater Eid, is the second most important festival in the Muslim calendar”
Idul Adha is a public holiday in Muslim countries. On 15 October Muslims all over the world who can afford it , sacrifice a sheep (sometimes a goat) as a reminder of Ibrahim’s obedience to Allah. In Britain, the animal has to be killed at a slaughterhouse. They share out the meat among family, friends and the poor, who each get a third share. Eid usually starts with Muslims going to the Mosque for prayers, dressed in their best clothes, and thanking Allah for all the blessings they have received. It is also a time when they visit family and friends as well as offering presents. At Eid it is obligatory to give a set amount of money to charity to be used to help poor people buy new clothes and food so they too can celebrate.
The Hajj is pilgrimage to Makkah. It is the Fifth Pillar of Islam and therefore a very important part of the Islamic faith. All physically fit Muslims who can afford it should make the visit to Makkah, in Saudi Arabia, at least once in their lives. Every year around 2 million Muslims from all over the world converge on Makkah. They stand before the Kaaba, a shrine built by Ibrahim praising Allah together. The Hajjis or pilgrims wear simple white clothes called Ihram which promote the bonds of Islamic brotherhood and sisterhood by showing that everyone is equal in the eyes of Allah. During the Hajj the Pilgrims perform acts of worship and they renew their faith and sense of purpose in the world.
Students of IIHS celebrate Eid ul Adha with Sacrifice a goat and a cow. On 17 October 2013, IIHS students donate three goats and 9 cows for The meat from the sacrifice is distribute to every person. Location for this event at Bina Insani Cikampek Elementary School, for this event, our students can learn about to help the person and sincere feeling for the others.