“Eid Mubarak!” or “Blessed Eid!”, “Eid Saeed!” or “Happy Eid!” and “Kul ‘am waenta bi-khair!” or “May every year find you in good health!” It’s a time of festivity as Muslims celebrate Eid al-Fitr, marking the end of the holy month of Ramadan, the time of deep spiritual reflection, and not just fast
Eid is the season of happiness and joy, during which the Muslims rejoice only at the bounty of their Lord, having won the blessing of completing their acts of worship and receiving the reward, given their complete confidence in His promises to forgive and reward them.
he young male Humboldt penguin with the yellow tag on his right wing is a star pupil: He touches the coloured board with his beak for a full four seconds. After a clicking noise, there’s a tasty sprat from his trainer, Anne May as a reward.
Students of Grade VII and VIII at Qatar-Finland International School (QFIS) worked hard during Ramadan, creating their own school-based charity initiative. Traditional subjects such as English, mathematics and science were replaced with the project.