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Muslim influencer gives top tips for Eid
Muslim influencer Zeinah Nur has shared her top tips on Eid (Image: Channel Mum)
One in 20 Brits is Muslim – but a new study from Channel Mum has found that 38 per cent of NON-Muslim Brits will be joining in the celebrations with Muslim friends and neighbours this year.
To help people across the UK come together, UK Muslim influencer Zeinah Nur has put together a simple guide on how to celebrate with your Islamic friends.
The 27-year-old mum of two and hijabi celebrity, who has more than 300k followers on YouTube and Instagram, is known for her recipes and modern modest fashion and beauty hacks.
Zeinah said: “Eid is as big for Muslims as Easter is for Christians, so it’s a lovely surprise when non-Muslims are aware it’s Eid – and even more so when people celebrate together.”
ZEINAH’S 7 TOP TIPS FOR CELEBRATING EID AL-FITR
1. Don’t be afraid to ask questions about Eid. It’s not an inconvenience for Muslims, but a pleasure to share our religion.
2. Acknowledge the day with a simple greeting to your Muslim friends. Say ‘Happy Eid’ or ‘Eid Mubarak’.
3. Send a greetings card. Lots of stores stock Islamic ranges now or you can order on Amazon. Or you could even make your own. There are lots of suggestions online for suitable images.
4. Give gifts of Halal sweets or cakes. Eid is sometimes known as ‘Sweet Eid’ as it’s so popular to enjoy a sugary treat after fasting. Children especially love to receive little bags of sweets.
5. Going to someone’s house to celebrate? Dress modestly and respectfully but dress up, as we have to look our best for Eid!
6. Give to an Islamic charity or donate to a charity initiative which your Muslim friends are supporting. Giving to charity is an essential part of Ramadan.
7. Understand and respect that Muslims will have been fasting throughout Ramadan. It’s the month when we deprive our bodies but feed our souls.