Eid Mubarak (1 Viewer)

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The Jackal
Jan 14, 2005
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Muha said:
I know the intentions are good.. but i honestly think that it should be changed to Eid Mubarak.. since we dont have a 'Majid' Eid.. Majid in english means 'glorious'.. In Islam, Eids dont represent a glorious celebration as much as they represent a a significant event in history.. you would use glorious in soemthing like a national day or an army's day... Mubarak on the other hand means blessed.. which is more common.

Eid Mubarak all of you ;)
Even in eid you like debating:pumpkin: :p

Happy eid all:smoke:
 

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May 11, 2004
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    Zé Tahir said:
    Eid Mubarak everyone! :weee:

    May your wallets get thick :D

    @Jack: Eid's tomorrow here so you're not late ;)
    You don't want to know the phases this thread has went to :D
     

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