Eid al-Adha has come once again, with many sending well wishes of Eid Mubarak throughout the internet. The holiday commemorates the Prophet Abraham’s faithfulness to God after being tested with the unfulfilled command to sacrifice his son.
Marking the end of the Hajj pilgrimage, the well wishes of Eid Mubarak ring out for three days in most Middle Eastern countries, with celebrations including the preparation of certain dishes, gift giving, & prayers. The celebration will still go on despite the restrictions posed by the COVID-19 pandemic, with many holding both outdoor and indoor celebrations.
Many have happily sent well wishes of Eid Mubarak from all over the world via Twitter. We searched through the threads to find a sample of the many well wishes of Eid Mubarak posted on Twitter. Say Eid Mubarak and dive into these heartwarming well wishes for Eid al-Adha.
Walk in the doors of prosperity, success and happiness this #Eid. Wishing you a very happy Eid al-Adha. Let the love of Allah bestow upon you and let your sacrifices reap happiness. Happy #Bakrid #EidAdhaMubarak
— 𝘿𝙚𝙚𝙥4𝙄𝙉𝘿 #𝘼𝙣𝙙𝙤𝙡𝙖𝙣𝙟𝙞𝙫𝙞 🤏🏻😎🌾🚜 (@Deep4IND) July 21, 2021
Wishing the best
We love to see such heartfelt words!
Some joy from Gaza where Palestinian Muslims are preparing for Eid Al-Adha that comes in few days by buying livestock, especially sheep. pic.twitter.com/ohiflYcfAz
— 𓂆 Raseel.ps (@PsRaseel) July 17, 2021
Joy from Gaza
Both sets of kids look adorable!
Happy Eid Al-Adha to all my fellow ተጋሩ Muslims.
Have a blessed holiday! pic.twitter.com/sg1k0k5RVk
— Teweldeberhan Medhen (@TeweldeMedhen) July 19, 2021
Have a blessed holiday!
Right to the point, we love to see it!
Eid Al-Adha Mubarak to you and yours 🤍✨ pic.twitter.com/QBiTIofcXX
— Hanan (@hananscorner) July 20, 2021
You and yours
That’s amazing! How are you so talented . . . .
— Masjid al Aqsa (@firstqiblah) July 20, 2021
A touching display of community in these trying times.
— NewPress (@NewPress_en) July 20, 2021
Now that’s some amazing camera work, dude!
Am i late?
— p u d o t 🦋 (@ejojotamvan) July 20, 2021
Am I late?
You’re never late when you bring such great art!
Congratulations on the arrival of Eid al-Adha. May Allah SWT accept all your prayers and deeds and ease the path for all those who haven’t completed Hajj.
Eid al-Adha is a time to reflect on what happened between Prophet Ibrahim and his son Ismael. #TheFatimahLegacy #Ya_Zahra pic.twitter.com/GpBlS2dsxs
— The Fatimah Legacy ميراث السيدة فاطمة ع (@Fatimah_Legacy) July 21, 2021
Time of reflection
This amazing video will definitely help many get into that mindset, well done!
Good Morning y’all. Happy Eid Al-Adha to all my muslim mutuals 😊 🌙✨ pic.twitter.com/ye4DEMnxiL
— KamenBoi (@Kamen_Luqman) July 20, 2021
Definitely an . . . . interesting way to begin the celebration.
Happy Eid Al-Adha to all my Muslim friends who celebrate🥰🙏🏻 pic.twitter.com/Q2PE5LPPgg
— Maple🍁 (@mapleMiTzu) July 20, 2021
Nothing like a good squeeze to help celebrate!
Have any other heartwarming well wishes of Eid Mubarak to show us? Drop them below in the comments and Eid Mubarak to all who celebrate!