Muslims today begin the three-day celebration of id al-Fitr. Id al-fitr celebrates the end of the holy month of Ramadan.
The best-known tradition of Ramadan is fasting, in which participants do not eat or drink while the sun is in the sky.
Ramadan ends when the next new moon is observed. For this reason, id al-filter is also celebrated at different times in different countries.
Traditionally, the celebration of id al-fitr includes plenty of festive food, visits to friends and relatives, and giving gifts. This year, however, the corona situation makes it difficult to celebrate the end of fasting.