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Majid marks Eid Al Adha. learn great pilgrimage lesson

28 August 2017

Majid Magazine allocates its issue releases on the 30th of August to mark Eid Al-Adha and the pilgrimage season.  This step is a part of the magazine's keenness to present content that is derived from our values and our religion aiming to instill noble them amongst its readers.   

Majid magazine marks Eid Al-Adha with a new look for its sections and drawings.   The issue cover reads ‘Happy Eid Al-Adha to all our readers’. Inside, the issue has a variety of topics and stories that reflect the religious and social nature of the feast.  

The headline of the editorial entitled "With My Love" reads " Eid Al-Adha; Greater Lesson", highlighting the meanings associated with the pilgrimage and the feast. The issue has three comic strips that are suitable for this holy occasion: "A Boy with a Sheeps Dream"; "Our Neighbor Pilgrim's Present" and "Wish I Go to Mecca".           

Eid Al-Adha was the main focus of the scenarios featuring Majid's characters (Amona Al Maziona, Kaslan Gedn, Jamool, Girl School and Rasheeq). All these scenarios compete to bring a smile to the readers' faces while they enjoy Eid Al-Adha with their favorite magazine. Caramela; another Majid's character, offers some tips to girls to enjoy healthy feast meals.  Zakaya Al Zakeya speaks about Eid Al-Adha that is always associated with pilgrimage and offers tips for readers in this day. 

‘Inn Ahbab Allah’ section the topics are picked to fit the atmospheres associated with Eid Al-Adha and the pilgrimage. With "Joys of the Feast" as a headline, the topics included a paragraph on Eid Al-Adha and the dearest deed to Allah. The section also included a story entitled "A Challenging Test Passed by A Prophet and His Son".      

Works and Arts section comes up with an exciting idea for Majid readers to create a sheep-like doll using simple tools. 

The issue included a poem entitled:  Eid Al-Adha. The poem was full of great lessons and lofty meanings embodied by such feast.