Besides Eid Al-Fitr, the other major Islamic festival is 'Id Al-Adha or Eid al-Adha (Arabic, "Festival of the Sacrifice"), which is also known as 'Id al-Qurban or al-'Id al-Kabir (Major Festival).
Eid al-Adha celebrates the completion of the hajj (pilgrimage) rites at Mina, Saudi Arabia, but is celebrated by Muslims throughout the world. Eid Al-Adha begins on the 10th of Dhu'l-Hijja, the last month of the Islamic calendar, and lasts for three days.
The Festival of the Sacrifice commemorates the God's gift of the ram in place of the biblical patriarch Ibrahim's (Abraham's) son Isma'il (Ishmael). (In Judaism and Christianity, the child in this story is Ishmael's brother Isaac.) During the festival, families that can afford to do so sacrifice an animal such as a sheep, goat, camel, or cow, and then divide the meat among themselves, the poor, and friends and neighbours.
Like 'Id al-Fitr, 'Id Al-Adha begins with communal prayer at daybreak on its first day. 'Id al-Adha is also a time for visiting with friends and family and for exchanging gifts.
Animal sacrifice. I would love to see the Left will explain their tolerance of this to their animal rights friends. We shall see, I suppose.
For sure. . .eventually it will be. . .we will convert OR. ..Die; but hey. . .too late smart is just that.