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Local Muslim residents celebrate Eid al-Adha during weekend carnival

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  Muslims celebrated Eid al-Adha during a carnival on Sunday at the Beachmont Veterans Memorial School. Muslim worshippers typically visit with family and friends as well as exchange gifts to celebrate the Feast of Sacrifice.
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Ganna Amgawi, 9, held a baby goat.
Transformative Healthcare Registered Nurse Rachael Idemudia administered Covid-19 Pfizer vaccines.
Islamic Society Imam Tarek Abdullah, during the Eid al-Adha Carnival, said Ibrahim received revelation to slaughter his son, Ismail, as ordered by their god, Allah, according to the Qur’an.
Beachmont Veterans Elementary School first-grader Bilal Guisser, 7, painted a planter.
Syeda Zeena sold a hijab, a Muslim clothing tradition.
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Saulat Sodha, 18 months, slid down the bouncy house equipment.
Friends Layna Quadir, 5, and Yousra Kaleem, 4, enjoyed the bouncy house during Sunday’s carnival at Beachmont Veterans Memorial School.
Yousef Alawneh, 8, won the motorbike for answering the questions about two prophets in the Muslim tradition.
Alexander Melgar, 11 months, rode down the slide.

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