September, 13 Muslims in the occupied city of Theodosia celebrated Eid al-Adha in a mosque in the village of Blizhneye, reported KafaNews.
The celebrations were watched by the Kremlin-controlled authorities. In particular, it was attended by the so-called Head of the Theodosia City Administration, Stanislav Krysin.
During the Feast everyone could taste the national dishes and take part in national wrestling competition – Kurash. The "Administration" awarded the winner a sheep. Creative teams performed folk songs and dances in the course of the celebrations.
The celebrations dedicated to the Sacrifice Feast were also held in the cities of Simferopol and Kerch.
The Feast of the Sacrifice, or Eid al-Adha, is an Islamic holiday, which is celebrated 70 days after Eid al-Fitr, the end of Hajj. It is one of two biggest holidays for Muslims. In Muslim countries, Eid al-Adha is an official holiday.
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