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EID AL-FITR 2017
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After completing the Islamic holy fasting month of Ramadhan for roughly 30 days, Muslims all over the world will celebrate the sacred day Eid al-Fitr, which is locally known as Idul Fitri or Lebaran. The special prayer Solat Ied will also take place in mosques—a religious and symbolic form for Muslims to become closer to God and be grateful for the opportunity to experience Ramadhan.

Get together with your family and loved ones and enjoy plenty of traditional Lebaran dishes such as the diamond-shaped rice dumplings Ketupat served with thick chicken curry Opor Ayam, chops of spicy livers Sambal Goreng Ati, and coconut milk vegetable soup Sayur Lodeh. Happy holidays, everyone!

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