In pics: Muslims around the world celebrate Eid Al Adha

Here is a glimpse of Muslims celebrating Eid Al Adha across the world

Eid Al Adha, also known as the festival of sacrifice, was celebrated by millions of Muslims across the world on Wednesday.

From the bustling streets of Türkiye to the festivities in ultra-modern UAE, Muslims celebrated the occasion with festive zeal and fervour. Eid Al Adha coincides with the annual Haj pilgrimage.

On this day, Muslim sacrifice an animal, usually a goat, sheep or camel, and distribute the meat among neighbours, friends and the poor.

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Here is a glimpse of Muslims celebrating Eid Al Adha across the world:

Saudi Arabia

Photo; Twitter.
Photo: Twitter

Abu Dhabi

Photo ;Twitter
Photo: Twitter
Photo: Khaleej Times

Azerbaijan

Photo: Anadolu

Türkiye:

Photo: TRT
Photo: TRT
Photo; AP

Indonesia:

Photo; Anadolu

North Macedonia:

Photo Anadolu

Albanian:

Photo ;Anadolu

 Moscow:

Photo; AP

 Kenya:

Photo; AP

Nigeria:

Photo Twitter
Photo ;Twitter

Some prominent figures and leaders across the globe extended their wishes on the occasion.

While taking to Twitter former German football player tweeted Eid wish

https://twitter.com/M10/status/1673974345918558208

Humza Haroon Yousaf, First Minister of Scotland tweeted a video and greeted Muslims on the occasion.

The Prime Minister of Canada also tweeted the Eid wish video.

Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan tweeted his Eid wish video

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