Muslims fasted in the month of Ramadan (Ninth month of the Islamic calendar), looking for the new moon on the last day of Ramadan, and seeing the fast on the following day if it is Eid al-Fitr;
If no new moon is observed, the fasting will continue and the festival will be postponed. Generally, it will not exceed 3 days. As countries see the new moon at different times, there will be slight differences in the dates of the Eid.
Holidays generally take three days off. People go to the mosque for worship. Friends and relatives also have to congratulate each other. Many young men and women also deliberately arrange to hold a grand wedding at this time, adding a festive atmosphere to the festival.
Eid al-Fitr is the day of the celebration of the entire Muslim world. Everyone exchanges greetings: "Gerber Mubarak" (Happy Holidays!). English Eid Mubarak.
Remember not to confuse the Ramadan blessings with the Eid Mubarak blessings. The Ramadan blessing is Ramadan Kareem. The Eid Mubarak blessing is Eid Mubarak.