This year, Eid starts on Sunday June 25 and marks the start of a month of celebration. Prophet Muhammad is believed to have received the first revelation of the Holy Quran during this month.
Saudi Arabia announce the start and end of the holy month based on the testimonies of members of the public who observe the crescent moon.
In Dubai, the Dubai Media Office sent out a tweet announcing the beginning of the month."Eid Mubarak".
Eid-al-Fitr is that only day of Shawwal that Muslims are not permitted to fast and many chose to fast for further six days after Eid.
EVERY year millions of Muslims around the United Kingdom and the world celebrate Eid. Now, the Date of Eid-ul-Fitr is coming soon.
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In addition, the Museum of the City of NY in Manhattan will be hosting an Eid al-Fitr Community Celebration on Monday 26 June from 2-5pm and there will be a Sunday celebration on Long Island, hosted by Tribal Dance and Caravan Coinnection.
The giving of money is a practice that is similar between Eid al-Fitr and Lunar New Year in the Chinese-speaking community.
Saudi Arabia and other countries that started observing the fasting month on May 27 will also look out for the Eid moon on Saturday evening.
"We've seen an unprecedented spike in anti-Muslim rhetoric and anti-Muslim sentiments since the November election, but I think that goes hand-in-hand with the spike in hate targeting all minority groups, not just American Muslims", he said. However, in most non-Muslim countries, it's only celebrated for one day. This is followed by a hearty breakfast before heading off to pray at a mosque or outdoor prayer venue.
Gifts and cards are often exchanged among friends and family. In Saudi Arabia, Eid holidays begin early and go as long as 23 days, Muslims in Qatar get 11 days, and UAE, Kuwait and Oman get nine days.
"In fact, if you're a family and you want to go to the Eid celebrations, you might feel safer if there's local police presence", he said.