Eid al-Azha in pictures – DAWN.com

An aerial view shows Muslim pilgrims gathering on Mount Arafat, also known as Jabal al-Rahma on Arafat Day.—AFPMuslims around the world celebrate the holiday as two million pilgrims carry out final rites of Haj in Saudi Arabia.Muslim worshippers, some carrying umbrellas to protect them from the scorching sun, gather for prayer at Namirah mosque near Mount Arafat, also known as Jabal al-Rahmah (Mount of Mercy), where the Prophet Mohammed (pbuh) gave his final sermon, on August 31, 2017, ahead of the climax of Haj.—AFPMuslim worshippers, some carrying umbrellas to protect them from the scorching sun, gather for prayer at Namirah mosque near Mount Arafat, also known as Jabal al-Rahmah (Mount of Mercy), where the Prophet Mohammed (pbuh) gave his final sermon, on August 31, 2017, ahead of the climax of Haj.—AFPPilgrims walk near Mount Arafat.— AFPPilgrims walk near Mount Arafat.— AFPIraqis pose for a photo as they visit grave of a relative killed in the combat against the militant Islamic State group at the Wadi al-Salam cemetery in Najaf on the first day of the Eidul Azha.—AFPIraqis pose for a photo as they visit grave of a relative killed in the combat against the militant Islamic State group at the Wadi al-Salam cemetery in Najaf on the first day of the Eidul Azha.—AFPAn aerial view taken with a drone shows members of Russia's Muslim community praying in a street outside the Central Mosque during Eidul Azha.—AFPAn aerial view taken with a drone shows members of Russia’s Muslim community praying in a street outside the Central Mosque during Eidul Azha.—AFPThis handout from the Indonesian Presidential Palace shows Indonesia's President Joko Widodo (R) handing over cattle to be sacrificed after an Eidul Azha prayer in Sukabumi, West Java province.—AFPThis handout from the Indonesian Presidential Palace shows Indonesia’s President Joko Widodo (R) handing over cattle to be sacrificed after an Eidul Azha prayer in Sukabumi, West Java province.—AFP

 

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