Ramadan and Id-ul-Fitr
As darkness falls, a bright new moon rises in the sky: it is the end of Ramadan and time to clebrate Id-ul-Fitr. After a month of 'going without' each day, everyone is looking forward to the fun of exchanging cards and gifys, before sitting down to enjoy a big family meal. Find out how much Muslims throughout the world say 'thank you' to God with this happy festival then learn to make special Id cards and a deliciious pudding.
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