1. Hundreds of Indonesian motorists wait to board a ferry at Merak port in western Java island before dawn on July 25, 2014, to make the sea crossing to Sumatra island as Indonesians return home to provinces ahead of the Muslim festivities of Eid al-Fitr. Indonesia is the world’s most populous Musilm nation. AFP PHOTO (Photo credit should read STR/AFP/Getty Images)
2. Israeli police stand guard behind a perimeter as Palestinians pray on July 25, 2014 the last Friday of the holy month of Ramadan close to the Damsacus Gate of the Old City, in Jerusalem. (Siegfried Modola/Reuters)
3. Muslims offer prayers on the last Friday of the holy fasting month of Ramadan outside a mosque in the northern Indian city of Allahabad on July 25. (Jitendra Prakash/Reuters)
4. Afghan men make special sweets at a traditional factory in preparation for Eid in Kabul on July 24,2014. (Mohammad Ismail/Reuters)
5. A Pakistani woman displays her hands decorated with traditional henna design at a mall ahead of the Muslim festivities of Eid al-Fitr, in Karachi on July 26, 2014. Muslims around the world are preparing to celebrate the Eid al-Fitr holiday, which marks the end of the fasting month of Ramadan.(ASIF HASSAN / GETTY)
6. Moroccan Muslims arrive at Hassan II mosque in Casablanca to perform the “Lailat al-Qadr” (Night of Destiny) prayer which falls on the 27th day of the holy fasting month of Ramadan. — AFP PHOTO
7.Turkish faithful pray in Ottoman-era Sultanahmet mosque, known as Blue mosque, on “Laylat Al Qadr” during the holy month of Ramadan, in Istanbul — REUTERS
8. Hui Muslim women prepare food to break their fast during Ramadan at a women’s only Mosque in Sangpo, Henan Province, China. Kevin Frayer / Getty Images
9. Kenyan Muslims stand for prayers at the Noor Masjid on the last Friday of Ramadan in Nairobi, Kenya — AP
10.Moroccan women pray at Hassan II mosque in the Moroccan city of Casablanca during the “Lailat al-Qadr” (Night of Destiny) which falls on the 27th day of the holy fasting month of Ramadan.— AFP
The Sunnah of Al-Fitr consists of three things: Walking to the prayer place (musallâ), eating before leaving [for the prayer] and taking a full bath.
By Imâm Sa’îd b. Al-Musayyib. Al-Firyâbî, Ahkâm Al-’Eidayn. Shaykh Al-Albânî graded it sahîh in Irwâ` Al-Ghalîl 3:104. (via wayofthesalaf)
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