Eid al Adha is almost around the corner, it is perhaps the more joyful of the two religious Muslim holidays (El-ul-Fitr is celebrated at the end of Ramadan, while Eid-ul-Adha marks the day Muslims end their sacred pilgrimage). In my opinion there is no better way for children to teach them the main faith of Islam to get an introduction to the religion of Islam is by exploring it in a fun and creative way which is Islamic coloring pages. Islamic coloring pages are meant to help the child to enjoy and learn about his Eid in a different joy-able way, as they will be thrilled about the importance of this festival.
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