October 15 Holiday Philippines 2013

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One of the Muslim’s important events is coming, the Eid al adha. Eid al adha is a one of the two sacred celebrations of the Muslims. It is a celebration commemorating the faith of Abraham and on this day the Muslims share their blessing to everybody especially those who are in need. See Eid al adha. (Read about Eid Al Adha 2013 and Eid Al Adha 2013 Philippines).

October 15 Holiday 2013  Philippines

This year Eid al adha  will be celebrated on October 15 2013, Tuesday.  And in the Philippines all Muslims community will celebrate this on Oct 15 holiday Philippines.

WHAT IS EID AL ADHA

Eid al adha is being celebrated on different date each year and this year it will be celebrated on Oct 15 2013 holiday Philippines.

OCT 15 2013 HOLIDAY PHILIPPINES

This year Oct 15 2013 holiday Philippines was declared holiday by the present Administration due to the celebration of Eid al adha of the Muslims. Making this event a holiday is a way of the Philippine’s government to pay respect to the Muslim community.

Eid al adha was celebrated last October 26 2012 and this year it will be celebrated on Oct 15 2013 holiday Philippines. See the difference? It is obvious that the date are different, each year Eid al adha was celebrated on different date, the day of its celebration depends on the lunar calendar and on the moon appearance.

Oct 15 holiday Philippines  was declared a regular non working holiday which means no work  on all government and private offices and no classes on public and private schools, all levels. Anyone who will be asked by their superior to go to work on a regular non working holiday must be paid double base on their regular wage by their employer.

The declaration of Oct 15 holiday Philippines to most Filipinos is another day to take a break from their work and a chance to spend quality time with their family, friends and loved ones but to the Muslims this is a time to pray, to share the blessings they have and give respect to Allah.

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