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    National meeting after eid holiday

    Talabani Has Najafi And Maliki To Hold NATIONAL MEETING After EID................
    Sunday, October 21, 2012

    Talabani has Najafi and Maliki to hold national meeting after Eid

    Affirmed the decision of the House of Representatives MP for the coalition in Iraq Mohammed al-Khalidi, that the existing Iraqi President Iyad Allawi will attend the meeting in case the national response to the demands of the list, noting that the only solution out of the crisis is the prosthetic solutions.

    Khalidi said in a statement (of the Agency news) said Sunday that the political blocs to sit at the dialogue table to resolve the problems that can be solved and the deportation of problems that are not solved to the next parliamentary session.

    Khalidi said that President Jalal Talabani told Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki and President of the House of Representatives Osama Nujaifi meeting after Eid al-Adha to prepare for a national meeting.

    The MP said the coalition in Iraq to the national meeting will not solve all the disputes it's a great day after day getting to it is expected that there will be solutions prosthesis better than the survival of the crisis intact. Khalidi stressed that the coalition, the Iraqi leader Iyad Allawi will attend the meeting in case the national response to the demands of the list.

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    When is Eid al-Adha in 2012?

    Eid al-Adha in 2012 is on Friday, the 26th of October.

    Note that in the Muslim calander, a holiday begins on the sunset of the previous day, so observing Muslims will celebrate Eid al-Adha on the sunset of Thursday, the 25th of October.

    Although Eid al-Adha is always on the same day of the Islamic calendar, the date on the Gregorian calendar varies from year to year, since the Gregorian calendar is a solar calendar and the Islamic calendar is a lunar calendar. This difference means Eid al-Adha moves in the Gregorian calendar approximately 11 days every year. The date of Eid al-Adha may also vary from country to country depending on whether the moon has been sighted or not.

    The dates provided here are based on the dates adopted by the Fiqh Council of North America for the celebration of Eid al-Adha. Note that these dates are based on astronomical calculations to affirm each date, and not on the actual sighting of the moon with the naked eyes. This approach is accepted by many, but is still being hotly debated.

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