sábado, 18 de julho de 2015

Muslims celebrate the end of the holy month of Ramadan

For families, this festive season is synonymous with meeting, exchanging gifts and sharing of copious meals.

In the Iraqi capital despite the violence that marked the end of the holy month, the message remains of hope and peace.

"I hope there will be peace and security in Iraq and that all displaced families can return home. Congratulations to all Iraqis, "said an inhabitant from Baghdad.

Last year, Gaza was the scene of a battle against Israel that lasted 50 days and killed more than 2100 Palestinians-mainly civilians.

This year you live a more calm, but the economic crisis is serious.

"Before the war we made cakes, sweets and buy clothes for the children. It was a real Eid, but this year I can't even baking. It takes 800 "shekels" and I'm not even 100 "shekels" have ", he lamented a Shijaiyah inhabitant.

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