TweetOn early Saturday sunny morning, over 40,000 Muslims rushed to U.S. Bank Stadium to celebrate Eid al Adha, the biggest gathering of Muslims in the western hemisphere, according to NPR. The organizers dubbed it the Super Eid, major promotion camping on Social media and the talk of the town. I got at least 50 different announcements in a few days. Watch out, once an Imam gets a hold of a new iPhone. The event was well-publicized and well-promoted on social media and apps, enticing people with raffles and a chance to wing an MBW. Ironically, as it was reported, when they announced the winner, nobody came to collect the grand…
GUESS WHO IS COMING TO DINNER!
Tweet I. The Birthplace I was born in a small village on the bank of a small river in northern Egypt. A revered Imam was visiting the village for the annual prophet birthday festival; his name was Shick Tharwat, and that how I got my name Tharwat. They told me. My village, “Meet Swaid ” had one street, one river, one bridge, one grocery shop, one mosque, one school, one style of houses, a mud, and a windless connected covered by dry straws like an old stalled cargo train. People’s lifestyles had changed little since the time of the pharaohs, and local demographers couldn’t find any dramatic census changes…
Muslim Americans Celebrate Eid elAdha in a Baseball Field!!
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