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Muslims celebrate the "Eid ul-Fitr," non-work holiday in the Philippines

Manila : Philippines | Sep 02, 2010 at 10:58 PM PDT
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President Aquino has declared September 10 as a non-working holiday with his signing of Proclamation 26. Every Filipino joins his Muslim brothers in celebrating "Eid ul-Fitr," the festivities for the end of Ramadan.

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  • Mole on My Sole: September 10, 2010 is a Philippine Non-Working ...

      www.moleonmysole.com
    September 10, 2010 is a Philippine Non-Working Holiday. Malacañang Palace has declared September 10, 2010 as a non-working holiday in celebration of Eid ul-Fitr or the end of Ramadan. President Noynoy Aquino signed Proclamation 26 to ...
  • my life my journey: Eid ul-Fitr

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