Articles tagged with: Eid al-Fitr
Labyrinth Community Network
Volume 4 . Issue 1
HiMY SYeD founded the project, Toronto City of Labyrinths, to create a labyrinth within walking distance of every Torontonian inside the city limits. To date he has created some 60 plus labyrinths. Watch for his book early in 2012, titled Toronto City of Labyrinths. You can reach him through his excellent website: http://www.labyrinths.ca
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By Noor Javed, Desi Life Magazine, November-December 2008, Page 16-17
It was the night before the Islamic holiday of Eid al-Fitr, and Maryam Dadabhoy’s celebrations were on hold as she anxiously waited to find out whether she would be celebrating the next morning or would have to fast for another day for the holy month of Ramadan. The mosque near her in-laws’ home in Mississauga had already announced that Eid would be the next day — having based their decision on pre-determined astronomical calculations and scientific data.
Across town, near Scarborough and …
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