Muslims celebrate Kurban Bayram

On June 28 and 29, Muslims all over the world celebrate one of the two main Muslim holidays – “Kurban Bayram” or Eid al-Adha. Kurban Bayram is the Islamic holiday of the end of Hajj, it begins to be celebrated 70 days after Uraza Bayram, on the tenth day of the Muslim month of Dhul-Hijjah. Unlike other dates, Kurban Bayram is celebrated several days in a row.
A festive prayer is held in the mosque, after which a sermon-khutba is read. It usually begins with the glorification of Allah and Muhammad, then explains the origin of the Hajj and the meaning of the ritual of sacrifice. On this day, every Muslim who has the opportunity is obliged to sacrifice an animal and share it with his neighbors and the needy, regardless of their religion and nationality.