Happy Fitr

Happy Fitr
by capt_ayhab

Ramadan ends with the festival of Eid e-Fitr, which in 2009 occurs on September 21. Literally the "Festival of Breaking the Fast," Eid e-Fitr is one of the two most important Islamic celebrations (the other occurs after the Hajj, or pilgrimage to Mecca). At Eid e-Fitr people dress in their finest clothes, adorn their homes with lights and decorations, give treats to children, and enjoy visits with friends and family.

A sense of generosity and gratitude colors these festivities. Although charity and good deeds are always important in Islam, they have special significance at the end of Ramadan. As the month draws to a close, Muslims are obligated to share their blessings by feeding the poor and making contributions to mosques.


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excuse me?

by skhel on

I think you have a shorter memory. What does celebrating Eid have to do with religious fanatics who have abused the name of Islam and humanity? They are not Moslems. You must also remember it was our dear brothers and sisters who were also combatting their abuse in the name of this religion.



by capt_ayhab on

My pleasure young sir ;-o)



Mr. Takavar

by capt_ayhab on

Are there any instructions for the way [finglish] should be written that does bring about the quastion of one's nationality?

Kindly point me the way که دیگه از این اتفاقات زشت و ناپسند به وجود ناید ؟



Eidet mobArak Q

by kharmagas on

JenAbe Q eidet mobArak.



Happy Eideh Fetr ...

by Anonym on

... and thank you.


Are you Iranians?

by Takavar on

How can you as Iranians(?) wish one another HAPPY FITR(FETR)? It was just 3 month ago that our brothers and sisters were raped and killed by damn islamists in Iran. Yes, those criminals are celebrating the same Eid fater in Iran as you do here, go and join them. Do you have a short memory or you don't care what happened to your people in Iran? What happened to your conscience? No guilty conscience? A bunch of.........

Azarin Sadegh

Happy Fetr to all my Moslem friends!

by Azarin Sadegh on

It is strange that I don't have many Iranian friend who does roozeh during the month of Ramezan, but when I was a student in France, I had many friends who were devout Muslims and really celebrated this day, and still send me greeting cards! The few Iranian Moslem friends I have in LA, would go to Khaaneghah weekly, still they don't do roozeh!

So Happy Fetr to everyone who celebrates Fetr!

che khabar e

I am honored to add my

by che khabar e on

best wishes for Eid e-Fitr as well.  Captain said it best... "embrace love and charity". 


Happy Eid with some shart -o-ghayd,

by jimzbund on

Happy Eide e Fitr to the bafitrat Muslims who fasted during the Ramadan and no living creature suffered from their actions during this period. Otherwise the namaz & roozeh is baatel and your efforts in vain. Hopefully we will all celebertate the real Eid, NowRooz all together soon.

 mostajaabeh do'a !



To true believers around the world

by Anita on

Happy Fitr!

Darius Kadivar

Happy Fetre to TRUE Believers ...

by Darius Kadivar on

Those who truly believe in God and Goodness !

Thanks Capt jaan,



Which Eid is this?

by Ashkan on

I am truly confused. Isn't this so called Eid part of the same religion whose leaders and scholars are suffocating the nation of Iran? How could you possibly be embracing and amplifying the practices of a religion whose scholars back in Iran order people beaten, imprisoned, raped, and killed? Anybody remembers Neda Agha Soltan? One would hope that, given the freshness of the events in Iran and the fact that the practice of fasting is mandatory, people would be a bit hesitant to celebrate it.

 I am well aware of the fact that there are many good Moslems. But, power and wealth put many faithful to test and Islam is exactly at that juncture in Iran and it is not shining.

Long live Iran 

bajenaghe naghi

Eide fetr mobarak

by bajenaghe naghi on

to all my dear muslem friends, their families, and all muslems around the world.

Natalia Alvarado-Alvarez

Happy Eid e-Fitr

by Natalia Alvarado-Alvarez on




I love parties, so sure

by anonymous111.2 on

Happy Eid to everyone!


I miss those days

by iroooni on

When eid only meant norooz.


God bless the Shah's soul.


Is that the day that you can

by bambi on

Is that the day that you can finally eat in the public, and not being afraid of being harassed, arrested, flogged, beaten, etc?    That must be a relief.  So I guess the phrase "happy fitr" probably reflects upon a happy occasion for a lot of folks !


Happy Eid to you

by IRANdokht on

and to all muslims who observe the Fetr celebration.

I am with Ebi on this... as one of the all-time roozeh kharan crowd, I hope you remembered your friends in your prayers.

Roozeh namazetoon ghabool


Anonymous Observer

Happy Eid

by Anonymous Observer on

to all who celebrate it around the world, especially my parents!


Happy Eid e-Fitr to all Muslim Friends

by Anvar on

Wishing you joy in your charity and generosity at this time.


Red Wine


by Red Wine on


ما سالهاست که از رمضان و هم پالکی‌هایش به دور هستیم و مفتخر !

چه دورانی بود آن زمان که در وطن تمام شدن ماه رمضان را جشن میگرفتیم و خوشی‌ میکردیم !

ما دلتنگ آن دوران شادی در وطن هستیم.

Mona 19

Happy Eid e Fetr ...

by Mona 19 on

to my dear muslim family and friends. May they all have happy and blessed Eid.

Mona ;)


Eidetoom Mobarak

by Rendd on

Namaz rooze ghabool enshallah.


Dear Captain: Happy

by vildemose on

Dear Captain: Happy Eid-e-Feter to you and your family.



Mola Nasredeen


by Mola Nasredeen on

عید فطر را بشما و همه مسلمانان جهان تبریک میگم.

maziar 58


by maziar 58 on

bi maye fatir ast een eide fatir..........

happy yum kipor 9/28

please lets not forget 9/23/1980,   thanx y'all .             Maziar



by capt_ayhab on

My exact point, Faghat nago taraf nagereft ! ;-)

Cheers dude




by SamSamIIII on


 I thought I was clear enough, so at the risk of cluttering your blog I rephrase it again;

To all muslim who practice Islam as a medium to communicate with their creator on a platform of private ,personal worship and not as pretenders who use it as tools of tyrrany.


Path of Kiaan Resurrection of True Iran Hoisting Drafshe Kaviaan //iranianidentity.blogspot.com //www.youtube.com/user/samsamsia



by capt_ayhab on

For the everyone  who are kind enough to set aside hatred and embrace love  and charity, I duly extend my happy Eid e Fitr.

PS-ek[little PS] Mr. SamSam thanks for your [ghadam ranje] however, what is with qualifying thingi there? ;-)



That's funny Samsam,

by Q on

First, thanks for the gesture. But it's curious, when you congratulated Rosh Hoshonah, I didn't see any qualifications (for example "only to THOSE jews who are not a tool of imperialism, or land theft") in your post?

Is there a bit of hypocrisy in your message, or is it that you think everyone other than Muslims can do no wrong?

Just curious.