Tuesday, November 16, 2010

Eid Greetings

The medina streets are packed with shoppers today, as Fez residents prepare for Eid tomorrow.

Market stalls are piled up with winter fruit and vegetables such as Jerusalem artichokes, persimmons, pomegranates and the new season's mandarins and oranges. Walking through the streets is difficult because there are sheep in carossas everywhere, or young boys leading sheep home by a rope. The knife-grinders are working hard, and sales of barbecue equipment are high.

The View from Fez wishes all its Muslim readers a very blessed Eid.

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