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EID MUBARAK TO ALL THE PEOPLE WHO CELEBRATE IT OUT THERE!!!

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6y, 2m agoPosted 6 years, 2 months ago
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http://deepwarriors.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/11/Eid-Ul-Adha2.jpg
4 Likes #2
Eid Mubarak, Hope you all have a great day.

(Ignore the usual trolls who will no doubt try and spoil this thread)
#3
Genuine question! How often do you celebrate this, its seems to come around quite often.
1 Like #4
Goonieman
Genuine question! How often do you celebrate this, its seems to come around quite often.

Twice a year
suspended 1 Like #5
Goonieman
Genuine question! How often do you celebrate this, its seems to come around quite often.


Twice a year onces for end of ramadhan and one for hajj pilgramige
1 Like #6
Sit tight http://i15.photobucket.com/albums/a384/themarbleintheoatmeal/smilies/watchdrama8jm.gif
4 Likes #7
Have a good day. :)
#8
Zer0Cool
Goonieman
Genuine question! How often do you celebrate this, its seems to come around quite often.
Lilly_White
Goonieman
Genuine question! How often do you celebrate this, its seems to come around quite often.

Twice a year
after as many excuses as possible to have a day off work probably
I can't see any employers giving days off, its not a bank holiday.
suspended 2 Likes #9
Eating somasas all day ;)
#10
Zer0Cool
Lilly_White
after as many excuses as possible to have a day off work probably

Yes i have a day off work, i have used my annual leave, do you have a problem with that?
yes maybe, depends where you work
You have a problem with someone talking annual leave?
#11
So is this a one day holiday? Just asking because I am heading to Egypt later on this week and checked the public holidays before I booked and didn't spot this one!
2 Likes #12
Happy Eid, to anyone who's celebrating it. Have a great day :)
#13
Zer0Cool
Goonieman
Zer0Cool
Lilly_White
after as many excuses as possible to have a day off work probably

Yes i have a day off work, i have used my annual leave, do you have a problem with that?
yes maybe, depends where you work
You have a problem with someone talking annual leave?
yes maybe, depends where they work
Care to elaborate?
1 Like #14
Happy Eid to all :D

Btw agree with Lilly_White, ignore all trolls, and if you notice the trolls have always something negative to say on all threads i.e 'vibeone' , watch their usernames stand out, pretty sad life if you ask me

@ Goonieman if your work place has quite a few people celebrating this occasion then its very unlikely they will get a day off


Edited By: MR1123 on Nov 16, 2010 11:03: v
#15
MR1123
Happy Eid to all :D

Btw agree with Lilly_White, ignore all trolls, and if you notice the trolls have always something negative to say on all threads, watch their usernames stand out, pretty sad life if you ask me

@ Goonieman if your work place has quite a few people celebrating this occasion then its very unlikly you will get a day off
I know, i haven't got a problem with people using annual leave, Just curious why MR1123 seems to.
#16
Goonieman


I know, i haven't got a problem with people using annual leave, Just curious why MR1123 seems to.


you lost me mate im all for annual leave. the longer the better ;)
#17
invited to lunch today at one of my colleagues, they live nearby work. yay.
#18
Eid Mubarak!!

Decided to take a half day off for Eid..Although i have no actual plans for the rest of my day!
#19
Goonieman


I can't see any employers giving days off, its not a bank holiday.


Employees may require time off to observe a religious festival not covered by current statutory holidays, or for prayers. There is no express right to take time off in these circumstances and employers are not required to grant all requests for leave for religious observance.

However, employers risk liability for direct discrimination by refusing to grant leave if leave is refused because of an employee’s religion. Employers also risk indirect discrimination by having rules that are particularly disadvantageous to members of a particular religion, and which are not objectively justifiable.
#20
Rayhul
Goonieman


I can't see any employers giving days off, its not a bank holiday.

Employees may require time off to observe a religious festival not covered by current statutory holidays, or for prayers. There is no express right to take time off in these circumstances and employers are not required to grant all requests for leave for religious observance.

However, employers risk liability for direct discrimination by refusing to grant leave if leave is refused because of an employee’s religion. Employers also risk indirect discrimination by having rules that are particularly disadvantageous to members of a particular religion, and which are not objectively justifiable.
I'm well aware of the points you raised, my comments were directed at Zer0Cool who seems to have a issue with people talking holidays for Eid.
2 Likes #21
Eid Mubarak to all who celebrate :D
1 Like #22
Eid Mubarak to all have a great day :)
1 Like #23
eid mubabrak ... :)
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http://www.greetings.world4art.com/eid-ul-adha/eid-ul-adha-04.gif


and eat lots of this

http://t2.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcR774nSKRQ4mS09yiI54gWRKbkULIoh3Ryej-c4CuemM5QExUznDUR8P5D6Gg

end of the day have lots of this

http://t0.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcTASI-MeffOODvDljVMNuWlrsGDzEbj5fTTWIYKHbPiVo_Zwl6s

after a tiring day.....

http://t2.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcQykBy-J0OKsZrcoCr7kFNpkLDELh2i6NjlEtEbj_kiPkUas7McuA
#25
Eid Mubarak to all X)
#26
Goonieman
I'm well aware of the points you raised, my comments were directed at Zer0Cool who seems to have a issue with people talking holidays for Eid.


His silence speaks volumes

Eid Mubarak to all :D:D

Edited By: Lost Symphonies on Nov 16, 2010 14:26
banned#27
Lost Symphonies
Goonieman
I'm well aware of the points you raised, my comments were directed at Zer0Cool who seems to have a issue with people talking holidays for Eid.


His silence speaks volumes

Eid Mubarak to all :D:D

it's called being at work, obviously you don't work since you expect people to be here replying to comments 24/7

a big fail to the mod who deleted my posts but left the quoted posts by other people
1 Like #28
EID MUBARAK EVERYONE. :D
#29
Zer0Cool
it's called being at work, obviously you don't work since you expect people to be here replying to comments 24/7


Nope, uni :)
#30
Khair mubarak all :)

its tommorow for us lot but already got food all prepped and ready for the shindig.

Have a great day all!
#31
Mo786
Khair mubarak all :)

its tommorow for us lot but already got food all prepped and ready for the shindig.

Have a great day all!


Why do you celebrate it tomorrow?
#32
cuuute babies!

my Eid is tomorrow as wll.
#33
I wondered why all my local shops were closed, but i thought we'd had it already, didnt know they celebrated it twice a year.
3 Likes #34
this is the best qurbani ad ever!


pick me
#35
I volunteer for Islamic Relief and must say the campaign has been good this year esp with that video and the leaflets to go with. Its great!
#36
eid mubaric to all brothers
#37
n sister too
banned#38
Eid Mubarak people!
#39
shybeauty
this is the best qurbani ad ever!


pick me


haha classic eid mubarak to the people celebrating it today.
banned#40
عيد مبارك‎ ঈদ মোবারক عید مُبارک

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