Wednesday, December 19, 2007


Tomorrow December 20 is Eid-ul-Adha or Hari Raya Aidil Adha.
It is also known as Hari Raya Qurban.

The Qurban is a ritual performed after the completion of the Haj.
This is to remember Prophet Ibrahim's willingness to sacrifice his elder son, Ismail when Allah commanded him to do so as a test of his commitment to his faith. At the last moment, Allah replaced a ram in place of Ismail.

Eid-ul-Adha is different from Eid-ul-Fitr or Hari Raya Aidilfitri (Hari Raya Puasa), which falls on the first of Syawal, the 10th month of the Islamic calendar.
Aidilfitri marks the end of Ramadan, the month of fasting.
It is a day of victory for Muslims for having successfully completed the fast.

Here is wishing everyone a HAPPY AIDIL-ADHA!

PEACE, brothers and sisters!


Anonymous said...


Selamat Hari Raya Aidil Adha :)

Bailey said...

salam eid-ul adha kak ena. =)

raya kat mana?

Maverick SM said...


Selamat Hari Raya Aidil Adha. May Allah bless you and your family.

Unknown said...

Selamat hari raya Nuraina n Family. When can we go for lunch? Email me at Adli - x MAHB - Do publish this ya.

maria a samad (kak ton) said...

Happy Eidul Adha, Ena!

Kerp (Ph.D) said...

yea, peace to all. salam Aidl Adha!

Hatz said...

Wish you a very Happy & Peaceful Eid-ul-Adha too. May Allah accept our good deeds and sacrifices, forgive our transgressions and ease the suffering of people all around the world.


Salt N Turmeric said...

Kak Ena, selamat hari raya!

Anonymous said...

Kak Ena
Salam Eid-ul Adha from both of us in New York City...

Nani-Big Apple

Nora aka Anon Fm Miri said...


Selamat Hari Raya, salam ingatan dari Miri

Anonymous said...

Funny waking up early on a holiday

zewt said...

salam aidiladha kak nuraina...

david santos said...

Hello, Nuraina. Nice posting, thank you.
I come to desire a good end to you of a 2007 and good year of 2008. Until always

David Santos

Rockybru said...

Selamat Hari Raya Haji.
Probably the most subdued Adha I've ever celebrated. With the floods and the general state of Malaysian affairs, perhaps that is to be expected. A friend told me at the khutbah (sermon) during Raya prayers at the Shah Alam mosque, the Imam told the congregation that the floods happened because we Malaysian Muslims have sinned. I supposed the Muslims in Johor, Pahang and Kelantan have sinned more. It would seem that they have sinned consistently, too, since they also suffered the floods last year.

And thank you for the birthday wishes!


bailey: thank u. Kak Ena raya with family -- my children, bapak, mak cik, kakak2, abang, adik2 and nephews and section 16, PJ.

maverick: thank u!

zack (adli): call or txt me for that lunch. hope your raya was good!

kak ton: Overaken by events...kita dah beraya dah at Bapak's.

kerp: tjhanks. hope yr raya was good.

hatz: terima kasih...salam aidil adha to you too.

farina: thanks farina. hope your raya was good!

nani& michael: salam aidil adha to you both. lama tak dengar from you.
take care!

nora: thanks, bro. Hope yours was good. Hope yr missus and kids are well!

zewt: thank you, Zewt. and a merry christmas to you!

david: thank you. and merry christmas!



i know what you mean. it is really depressing.
mel told me that the floods in pahang is so bad, he is not able to go back to work in Pekan.

i am sick of people saying that the state of affairs is Tun Mahathir doing...all his fault. he started it. blahblahblah.
and i always say...if it was bad before, why are we making it worse..
seems to me those in the position of power are just having loads of fun abusing that loads of power. nothing will change, bro.
a gthe expense of he people.

BaitiBadarudin said...

a belated happy aidiladha, and an early happy new year!