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The voluntary interruption of a routine activity, usually understood to mean work
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In an ideal world then yes, we need days off for all religious holidays.
Eid al-Fitr, also called Feast of Breaking the Fast, is an important religious holiday celebrated by Muslims worldwide that marks the end of Ramadan, the Islamic holy month of fasting.
Until the mid-1970s, any religious holiday was a cause for celebration for all Lebanese.
ySTANBUL (CyHAN)- This year's Eid al-Adha, Islam's most important religious holiday, will be a time to remember the poor, with an increased sense of spirituality and civil society organizations in Turkey striving to put smiles on the faces of the needy.
It's not your usual line up for a religious holiday and Bassem is certainly not known for toning down his act, which sees him play everyone from Sabah to Madonna.
Bulgarian President Rosen Plevneliev has made an official address to the country's Muslim community celebrating the major Muslim religious holiday Eid ul-Fitr.
2011(TUR) - Turkish aid associations sacrificed animals and distributed meat to people in need in Gaza during Eid al-Adha religious holiday on Monday.
The nearby Nashoba Regional School District, which encompasses Bolton, Lancaster and Stow, for years grappled with the religious holiday question, and has since decided to keep schools open on Good Friday and Jewish holidays, as has the Hamilton-Wenham Regional School District on the North Shore.
The party's youth wing has called for the show in Kuala Lumpur late next month to be scrapped, because it clashes with a religious holiday - Awal Muharram, start of the Muslim New Year.
That's why the preferred business holiday greeting card is fast becoming one that does not reference a religious holiday.
Kyrgyzstan celebrates Eid ul-Fitr, religious holiday marking the end of the Holy Month of Ramadan.
It is not a religious holiday, and is celebrated by people of all religious background, much as it was 4,000 years ago.

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