Muslims living in Ireland delighted they can celebrate the end of Ramadan on May 13 as Irish government lift draconian restrictions on religious services from May 10
Muslims living in Ireland are delighted they can open their mosques to mark the end of Ramadan called Eid on May 13th as Irish Government have announced relaxing restrictions from May 10.
The IrishMirror has reported that the Irish government has just announced that they are allowing 50 people to attend religious services from the May 10.
Eid is a celebration for muslims, marking the end of Ramadan. Eid takes place on 13th May according to Hamariweb.com
Funeral attendance continues to be restricted to a maximum 50 mourners at service take place whilst weddings are restricted to a maximum 50 guests at service. Maximum 6 guests at indoor reception or 15 outdoors.
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