Millions of Muslims throughout the world celebrated Eid-al Fitr on July 17, 2015. Eid-al Fitr marks the end of the holy month of Ramadan and Muslims traditionally make the prayer in the morning, visit the graves of their relatives and loved ones on the occasion, pay visits to their relatives.
Just like every celebration in the world, kids benefited the most from Eid al-Fitr, or at the focus of celebration. A child looks up to his father during prayers for Eid al-Fitr at National Mosque, Malaysia. (EPA Photo / Fazry Ismail)
Palestinian children enjoy a ride on a ferris wheel, near the ruins of houses, that witnesses said were destroyed by Israeli shelling during a 50-day war last summer, on the first day of Eid al-Fitr holiday, in the east of Gaza City. (Reuters Photo / Ibraheem Abu Mustafa)
A Palestinian woman visits graves of relatives at a cemetery during the holiday of Eid al-Fitr in the West Bank city of Nablus. Muslims usually start the day by visiting cemeteries, to pay their respects to the dead, and then exchange family visits. (AP Photo / Majdi Mohammed)
An Indian policeman walks as Muslims pray on a road outside the Jama Masjid on the last Friday of Ramadan in Allahabad, India, where relations among Muslims and Hindus remain tense since partition of India and Pakistan. The day Eid ul-Fitr is celebrated depends on the sighting of the new moon and confusion often prevails when the Imams in one part of India spot the moon and others don't. It's not unusual for the festival to be celebrated on different days in different parts of India. (AP Photo / Rajesh Kumar Singh)
Lack of facilities was not the only reason why people made their Eid al-Fitr prayers outside. Displaced Muslims living near the active volcano Mount Sinabung take part in an Eid al-Fitr prayer near the volcano at Ndokum Siroga village in Karo, North Sumatra Indonesia. (Reuters Photo / Y.T Haryono)
Politicians of predominantly Muslim countries also gave images in Eid al-Fitr celebrations. Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu (3rd from right), with his wife Sare Davutoğlu (2nd from right), waves to supporters after praying at the Blue Mosque in Istanbul. (AFP Photo / Ozan Kose)
A handout picture provided by the Office of the Egyptian President shows the Egyptian President, Abdel Fattah al-Sissi (center), Egyptian Prime Minister, Ibrahim Mahlab (center - left) and the Grand Imam of al-Azhar, Ahmed El-Tayyeb (2nd from left), observing morning prayers on the first full day of the Muslim holiday of Eid al-Fitr at the Hussein Tantawi Mosque, Cairo, Egypt. (EPA Photo)
General Director of Lebanon's Internal Security Forces, Ibrahim Basbous (right), Prime Minister Tamam Salam (2nd from right) and Lebanon's Grand Mufti Abdel Latif Deryan (3rd from right) attend the Eid al-Fitr prayer at the Mohammad al-Amin Mosque in downtown Beirut. (AFP Photo / Anwar Amro)
Tunisian President Beji Caid Essebsi (center), flanked by Prime Minister Habib Essid (left) and President Assembly Mohamed Ennaceur, attends the Eid al-Fitr prayer at Carthage's El-Abidine mosque on the outskirts of the capital Tunis. (AFP Photo / Fethi Belaid)
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