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- France Says It Killed Al-Qaida North Africa Chief With US Help
- Libya conflict: UN-backed GNA regains full control of Tripoli from east-based warlord Gen Haftar
- Secretary Pompeo’s Call with United Arab Emirates Crown Prince Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan
- Thirty countries will benefit as Global Environment Facility funds FAO-led projects
- LIBYA GOVERNMENT SAYS RETAKES HAFTAR’S LAST REDOUBT IN WEST
The historical background of Eid al-Adha is that the Prophet Abraham had a dream in which he was sacrificing his young son, Ismael. Abraham, a great believer in Allah, took his dream literally and wanted to sacrifice his son. But, according to the tradition, Allah, the Almighty, sent his angels and asked him to sacrifice an animal instead of his son.