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Interesting animated videos for kids about topics within Islam
When is Eid (ul Fitr)?
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When is Eid (ul Fitr)?

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How do we know it is Eid festival after the holy month of Ramadan and fasting? Ahadith tells us that the Holy Prophet Muhammad may peace and blessings of Allah be upon him, said that Muslims should start the month of Ramadan by observing the new moon, and finish it also by spotting the new moon. Learn how Muslims know when to celebrate Eid! Eid Mubarak!
Do Muslims believe in Jesus?
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Do Muslims believe in Jesus?

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Find out what Islam and Muslims REALLY believe about Jesus (pbuh)! Is he in the Holy Quran?? Is Jesus only for Christians and in the Bible? And who is Prophet Isa (as)?
What is Eid ul Fitr?
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What is Eid ul Fitr?

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The festival of Eid ul Fitr in Islam is at the end of the holy month of Ramadan, the month of fasting for Muslims. There are two Eids in Islam. Watch the video to find out about how Muslims celebrate Eid ul Fitr, by praying, going to the mosque and other traditions from Ahadith and the Sunnah of the Holy Prophet Muhammad peace and blessings of Allah be upon him.
Do Muslims believe in Mary?
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Do Muslims believe in Mary?

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Is Mary mentioned in the Holy Quran? Watch to find out what Muslims really think of Mary, mother of Jesus. What is the difference between Maryam in Islam and Mary in the Bible and Christianity? Is Mary special?
Literacy in Islam
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Literacy in Islam

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Literacy means to be able to read and write, and this day is to celebrate and remind us of the importance of literacy for all. All Muslims, no matter where they are from, try to learn to read Arabic so that they can read the Holy Quran, the Holy Book for Muslims. In fact, the first word that was revealed of the Holy Quran was ‘Recite’. The word Quran means ‘that which is read or recited often’. International Literacy Day was first celebrated in 1967. Some years there have been themes such as ‘Literacy and Peace’ and Covid-19. Reading and writing is very important for everyone including Muslims. The Holy Prophet Muhammad, peace be upon him, encouraged his followers to be literate, and said that we should preserve knowledge through writing. It’s not just about reading and writing. Literacy is a matter of dignity and our human rights. Places with low levels of literacy are often very poor and where people are not treated equally. Islam tells us to try and improve ourselves and our situation too. Literacy can help us all be better on our own and together!