Eid Mubarak to everybody who are viewing this page right this time and who are not ! Right this time, we are coexisting with many groups of people not only in Bangladesh but also around the entire Muslim Ummah all over the world, who are not really able to accept any joys in their lives. I am talking about our brothers & sisters in Palestine, in Iraq, in Darfur, in Somalia, in Afghanistan, where people give thanks to their almighty creator for another day of their survival, where they go to sleep with the noise of nearby explosion and wake up with the news of death of some relatives, or sometimes never wake up, sleep forever.
Millions of people lost lives in Iraq. In Palestine, lives have been pushed into camps & tents from 50 years back and there will be no shade of happiness due to an Eid on their lives. In Afghanistan, situations are all same for half of a decade. I don’t ask you to go through all affairs & history stuffs about what going on over those place, to get a slightest idea of situations over there, just search at “Google Images” by some names like “Iraq”, “Darfur”, “Palestine” etc. You will be served with such horrifying images, those will appear as nightmare when you will sleep at night. I could have given some of slides from those but I don’t think those will fit the mode of people who are going to perform the Eid-ul-Azha tomorrow. And keeping all of these out of account, we will be enjoying a happy Eid-ul-Azha over here, because this is how the life is.
After Sidr thrashed our country, our countrymen are finding no shade upon them for months, no food to it, no water to drink, even no energy to grief for dead relatives. Will we remember them for a little while tomorrow while rejoicing the Eid? May be we will not, but all the time we should keep it in mind that many of our brothers & sisters are now passing days through bloodsheds. This part of their fate could be ours, but most luckily we are spared alright. So we should keep it in mind & we should pray for them.
The prayer to almighty Allah on the Eid day should go for all of those Muslims & non-Muslims of the world, who are all holy creatures of almighty Allah, who are starving & striving for their survival, for a better living, anywhere on this earth. May be we don’t know about them or may be we do, may Allah bless all of them & may Allah grant them their better & beautiful lives & future.