Another Ramadan is over

This year Ramadan flew by. It was certainly better than last year, but only for anyone living in the west of Libya. Those living in Benghazi suffered  the whole month long and the fighting continues even into the Eid.  Eid is supposed to be a happy time. I hope and pray that the situation in Libya improves.
 
Wishing that all my Muslim readers have a safe, happy and peaceful Eid. Qul am wa antum bi khair!

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  1. Indeed, much better than last year!
    May Allah answer our prayers, that Libya would enjoy peace at last.
    Qul am wa ante bi khair! =)

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