Muslims across the world mark Eid Al Adha
Muslims around the world celebrated Eid Al Adha on Sunday, which marks the end of the annual Haj pilgrimage and commemorates the sacrifice of Prophet Abraham.
As Gulf News reports, Eid Al-Adha is an important occasion, also known as the "Festival of the Sacrifice", marked by Muslims across the world with prayers, thanksgiving and animal sacrifice.
It commemorates the willingness of Prophet Abraham to follow Allah's command to sacrifice his son.
Muslims around the world observe this important event. The holiday is a time for loved ones to come together for pray, share a meal and celebrate life's blessings.
The occasion is also a chance to reflect on lessons of sacrifice, and values like service, compasion and being there for neighbours.