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    6 new coffee shops that you’ll love a latte in Dubai


    by Sarah Joseph
    2 hours ago

    If you’re a true coffee aficionado, you’re in the right place.
    With an ever-growing coffee culture in the UAE, more and more coffee shops continue to open in the emirate to attract a pool of residents and tourists from around the globe.
    Having already made its mark on the global map, some cafés have recently opened in the UAE, these cafes and coffee shops serve up the best brews in Dubai.
    As coffee culture continues to grow in the Dubai, these spots are perfect for a solo midday adventure or an evening stroll with your friends. Some of these coffee hubs, even offer vegan, gluten-free, and other dietary options
    Whether it’s a latte you’re after or a cosy spot to unwind and try new flavours, these cafes in Dubai will satisfy your cravings. These coffee shops represent just a fraction of Dubai’s vibrant coffee culture, each offering unique atmospheres and menus to explore.
    Many coffee shops offer free Wi-Fi, making them popular spots for remote workers, students, and freelancers.
    So, if you’re eager to see what’s brewing, swipe through our editor-approved guide of the latest coffee shops to visit.

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    13 fabulous things to do over the long weekend this Eid Al Adha

    Your ultimate Eid Al Adha long weekend guide in the GCC, June 13 to 15, 2024.
    Book an Inside Burj Al Arab Experience

    Embark on an immersive 90-mintute tour of the world’s most iconic hotel, followed by a choice of unforgettable experiences, from indulgent Arabic mezze, stunning Eid gifts, to exquisite Golden Coffee beverages to enjoy with family and friends. Available from June 15th to 20th 2024, between 10:00am and 7:00pm, each unique Inside Burj Al Arab tour experience commences with a 60–90-minute tour inside the world-famous hotel, starting with a service buggy ride to a picturesque location for memorable photo moments. Experience Burj Al Arab’s Tour and Golden Coffee with Camel Milk package (other Milk options available: Almond, Soya, Cow Milk) priced at Dhs399 per person.
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    Devour an Italian meal

    Located at the Palm Jumeirah’s West Beach Club, Ristorante Loren is more than just a place to dine. It’s a celebration of Italian cuisine and culture, recognized by Gault&Millau’s UAE Guide 2024. Imagine yourself transported to Italy with Chef Giovanni’s authentic dishes and a daily fresh fish selection. The restaurant’s ambiance is both intimate and serene, offering stunning panoramic views of the Dubai Marina skyline. For a delightful midday escape, savor Ristorante Loren’s special business lunch offer. Enjoy a delicious 3-course traditional Italian meal for AED 160 per person (drinks excluded). This offer is available from noon to 4 pm.

    Book a getaway

    Zulal Wellness Resort by Chiva-Som is the ultimate wellbeing escape. Catering to couples, solo travelers, families, and groups of friends, seeking a transformative experience this Eid Al Adha, Zulal Wellness Resort offers a host of health and wellness experiences for guests of all ages across two distinct properties – Zulal Serenity and Zulal Discovery. With daily 1-hour flights from the UAE to Qatar, the serene coastal location of the wellness resort is the idyllic destination to spend this Eid Al Adha. The summer wellness escape is priced at Dhs 1,140 per night for single occupancy, and Dhs1,718 per night for two people sharing.
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    Try this immersive dining experience

    This Eid Al Adha, Zenon Dubai, the city’s premier fine dining restaurant and first-of-its-kind AI-driven venue, invites guests to revel in a unique and immersive dining experience. Indulge in grand celebration and create Eid memories by savouring the mythical fusion of Mediterranean and Asian flavours that promises to delight your taste buds and leave your heart fully satisfied. he highlights of the menu include Usuzukuri in Soy, Yuzu Sauce, Chili Mayo; the refreshing Salmon Carpaccio with Seaweed and Sesame Dressing, Classic Greek Salad, Wagyu Beef Tartare with Smoked Egg Yolk and Black Truffle anr more. Located elegantly by the main entrance of Kempinski Central Avenue, Zenon offers an ambiance of luxury and elegance. It’s available daily from 12 PM to 3 AM, indulge in Eid meals that start from AED 55 with options from the à la carte menu.
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    Savour a fine meal

    Kaspia, the epitome of French sophistication and Russian flair, invites guests to indulge in a culinary journey this Eid Al Adha, perfect for celebrating with loved ones. Nestled in the heart of the vibrant DIFC district, this luxury dining destination offers a modern culinary experience that blends tradition with contemporary French and Russian tastes and promises an unparalleled dining experience. Kaspia’s menu is a tantalizing array of delicacies designed to enchant the palate. Start with the delicate flavours of King Crab and Crayfish Salad, a traditional dish with a contemporary twist. Delight in the rich aroma of Homemade Lobster Ravioli, or savor the ocean’s finest Roasted Sea Bass. No meal at Kaspia is complete without a sweet finale. The whimsical Pavlova “Sphere” offers a playful yet sophisticated dessert experience, while the classic elegance of Cheesecake. Located in the heart of DIFC, this spot is a must visit.
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    Book a spa-cation

    Dive into a realm of pure opulence and world-class service with an exclusive Sky Retreat at Address Sky View this Eid Al Adha. Awaken your senses with a sumptuous breakfast spread, setting the tone for a day of relaxation and rejuvenation. What’s more, guests can delight in a splendid 20 percent discount on dining experiences and wellness treatments at The Spa, ensuring your stay is nothing short of extraordinary. book directly through the hotel’s website to unlock a world of exclusive benefits and elevate your summer experience to new heights.
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    Boost your energy levels

    Orksin Aesthetic Clinic offers a range of IV wellness drips as per your concerts. its Wellness Department offers a range of proactive solutions to promote good health from within. IV drips are a highly effective way to feel better fast and we create customized solutions based on your body’s needs. From the Immune boost and hydration to the gut cleanser, you can choose a drip best suited for your needs. A Hollywood favourite, the NAD IV drip stimulates cell regeneration to reduce inflammation and improve energy. Or why not try a vitamin mix to top up your levels? Or a detox drip to remove unwanted toxins. Located in 285 D, Al Wasl road, it’s a must visit.
    Try a seafood siesta

    Book a dining experience at Duo Gastrobar, situated within the vibrant Dubai Hills Business Park, and try their latest seafood special menu curated by Chef Dmitry Blinov. Renowned for modern European cuisine, Duo captivates with seasonal delights and this summer you can indulge in seafood perfection with dishes like Classic Sea Bass Ceviche, Green Romano Taco with Tuna, Poke with Salmon and Avocado, and Cold Korean Soup with Octopus. The new seafood special menu is available from 1:00 PM until closing.
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    Put self-care first
    Book a pampering treatment at Sensasia Spa. The Canna-Cure treatment priced at Dhs990 for 120 minutes provides a range of CBD benefits. Your journey begins with an ultra-relaxing 15 minute foot massage using the KLORIS CBD Balm that sets the stage for pure relaxation. Stress and worries will slip away as skilled hands perform a precise pressure point massage using the calming CBD balm. A full body bespoke massage follows using blood orange, vanilla, and oud scented CBD Oil along with hot stones to melt tension. You’ll take away the much-loved Luxury CBD Balm and CBD Body Oil to experience all the benefits that CBD has to offer. KLORIS CBD treatments are available at all SENSASIA Urban Spas. SENSASIA Urban Spas are located at Emirates Golf Club and The Village in Jumeirah, and SENSASIA Stories at Kempinski Hotel, Mall of the Emirates.
    Try a new Pilates Class

    The much-loved Posture has now opened a branch in the heart of Downtown. The new studio features three state-of-the-art workout rooms, complete with showers and lockers for added convenience, featuring another of UAE’s home-grown brands, Salt&Mud. Additionally, a chic lounge area and coffee bar whilst partnering with London’s renowned Mushroom blended Matcha DIRTEA and local roastery THREE Coffee to offer artisan-style coffee and matcha beverages, providing the perfect setting for post-workout relaxation, offering uninterrupted views of the stunning skyline. Downtown introduces a range of new class offerings under the 360 Wellness umbrella. From invigorating Yoga Delights such as Yin and Vinyasa, meditation and sound healing sessions to bespoke 1:1 sessions in all forms of Pilates and Yoga.
    Book an Eid Al Adha brunch

    Eid Al-Adha is a joyous celebration in Dubai, and what better way to commemorate it than with a delicious meal with loved ones? This guide explores various restaurants offering special Eid menus and brunches, catering to a range of preferences. From Sushisamba to CÉ LA VI, the options are endless in our exclusive Emirates Woman-approved guide.
    Try this summer menu

    With the temperatures soaring in Dubai, we’re all on the lookout for ways to stay cool and energised. And there is no better way to do it than with Pret A Manger’s Summer Menu! Freshly landed in stores, you can now treat yourself to a whole new lineup of refreshing iced teas and delicious sandwiches, wraps, and bowls. From the Chicken and Salsa Verde Bowl, to the Egg & Avocado Rye Roll, the options are endless. Discover Pret’s exciting offering of high-quality and innovative meals to delight your taste buds. The Summer Menu is available at all Pret stores in Dubai and for delivery via Deliveroo, Talabat, Careem, Noon Food, EatEasy, and Smiles. Treat yourself to some summer goodness today!
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    Guests are invited to invest in the ceremony of self-care this Eid Al Adha with an ancient spa ritual at the award-winning Talise Ottoman Spa, Jumeirah Zabeel Saray. When booking a 45-minute Traditional Turkish Hammam they’ll enjoy a complimentary upgrade to the signature 60-minute Royal Ottoman Signature Hammam experience and indulge in a spacation at one of the largest and most luxurious spas in the Middle East. Encapsulating 8,000 sqm across two floors, the Spa is opulently decorated with fountains, marble, mosaics, murals, and carved wood. The journey starts as soon as you arrive. The spa is open daily from 09am to 9:30pm. . Located on the West Crescent at Jumeirah Zabeel Saray.
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    5 aesthetic coffee shops + bakeries to visit during the long weekend


    by Ruman Baig
    1 hour ago

    Minimalist coffee shops and bakeries take over Alserkal Avenue.
    Dubai’s art scene pulsates within the walls of Alserkal Avenue, a haven for creative expression. But artistic flair isn’t limited to galleries – it’s seeped into the city’s coffee culture, with minimalist cafes brewing a storm.

    Sheikh Mohammed-approved bakery can also be found in Alserkal Avenue
    Recently, the newly opened bkry in Alserkal Avenue welcomed His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, the Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai yesterday, June 12, 2024.

    The must-visit hotspot, bkry even shared a photo on Instagram with His Highness Sheikh Mohammed, with the caption, “ We were honored yesterday by the visit of HH Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum @alserkalavenue .We are beyond thankful for your continued support.”

    Why visit these coffee shops + bakeries?
    These stunning spaces, characterized by clean lines, muted tones, and an emphasis on natural light, offer more than just a caffeine fix. They’re an invitation to slow down, savor the moment, and appreciate the beauty in simplicity – a welcome respite in Dubai’s fast-paced world.
    No plans for the Eid Al-Adha weekend? Go cafe hopping
    The upcoming long Eid Al-Adha weekend provides the perfect opportunity to explore these hidden gems. Alserkal Avenue’s extended hours during the holidays allow you to indulge in a leisurely afternoon coffee break or grab a pastry for a delightful Eid breakfast. So, take a break from the festivities, and find your moment of zen amidst the minimalist havens of Alserkal Avenue.
    Your guide to the best coffee shops + bakeries in Alserkal Avenue

    The rise of minimalist cafes in Dubai reflects a growing desire for tranquility amidst the urban bustle. These serene spaces offer a chance to disconnect, reconnect with ourselves, and appreciate the beauty of simple things – a perfectly brewed cup, a flaky pastry, and a moment of peace.
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    Ahead of the long weekend, learn how to completely detach from work


    by Team Emirates Woman
    3 hours ago

    Words by Dr Gurveen Ranger, Clinical Psychologist, Adult Specialist at Sage Clinics
    We are currently living in an era where constant connectivity is the norm.
    In a lifestyle dominated by smartphones, smart watches, tablets, and coupled with the increase in remote working since the pandemic, many of us will find ourselves blurring the boundaries between work and home life.
    Lack of work/life balance can also lead to disturbed sleep, especially if you are checking emails just before bed, and lower our mood. If we are find ourselves unable to ‘switch off’ after work, we are less present in our personal lives, and therefore may not experience as much enjoyment from activities as we once did and our relationships are likely to also suffer.

    Not only does this impact our quality of life, but also has the opposite impact to what we may expect when it comes to how productive and efficient we are. In this article, we will look at why we struggle to disconnect, the consequences of this and most importantly – how do we do a desk detox?
    Here are a few tips to ease the process:
    Set clear goals
    Ask yourself, do I need a desk detox? How much work am I doing outside of hours? Why? Is doing this extra work making me feel any more on top of things? Based on your answer to these questions, set clear goals to work on – e.g., is it reducing screen time? Is it protected work times? Is a conversation with employers needed?
    Be realistic
    I appreciate that for many, it may be unrealistic to expect no work outside of work hours. If this is the case for you (i.e., there are likely serious consequences of not keeping an eye on things) then setting boundaries for how much time you spend working outside of hours can be helpful. E.g., protecting time every couple of hours or so to look at emails, and engaging in other things outside of these times. This can help reduce the constant triggering of ‘threat state’ every few minutes.
    Let people know
    Letting people know when you are contactable vs when you are not can help manage feelings of guilt that may arise when disconnecting. Block out time in your diaries, set “do not disturb’ notifications on when appropriate, and let colleagues know the boundaries about what constitutes emergency contact. This can also be healthy modelling for colleagues and juniors.
    Allocate tech-free zones
    Protect time in your after-work schedule which doesn’t involve technology. If you work from home, is there a space where you work which doesn’t interfere with your daily home space? If not, can you hide away your work equipment when you log off? Out of sight, out of mind!
    Increase offline activities
    See if you can come up with some after work activities that don’t involve technology, thus reducing the pull into constant checking of work-related material. Walks, reading, socializing can all be great ways to enhance quality of life and connect with your value systems outside of the professional sphere.
    Use digital wellbeing tools
    Did you know most smartphones allow you to set limits on how much you use certain apps? You could also put ‘do not disturb’ mode on or turn off notifications when you are doing other things. Another tool many I have worked with find helpful is to remove things like email apps from easy access – they can be hidden in a digital folder on your home screen which means you have more of a chance to break the habitual cycle of opening the app every time you are on your phone – again out of sight out of mind.
    Reminder – this isn’t about being completely tech free or never doing anything for work outside of work time, as let’s be honest that isn’t realistic in today’s world or desirable some industries and roles. Instead, aim for balance – take a step back, protect downtime, use smartphones in psychologically smarter ways to enhance your wellbeing and social relationships. Not only will this likely improve your quality of life, but your productivity and job satisfaction levels too. You could start today, even with something small and see how these transforms over time!
    You can find out more about Dr Gurveen Ranger and the team at Sage Clinics: here. For more information about the services Sage Clinics offers or to book an appointment visit
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    AURA SKYPOOL’s exciting summer offers: From sunrise swims to midnight brunches


    by Ruman Baig
    3 hours ago

    Dive into Dubai’s Summer with AURA SKYPOOL’s exclusive experiences.
    Beat the heat and embrace the dazzling Dubai skyline with AURA SKYPOOL’s exciting summer offerings. From early-bird swims to nighttime dips under the stars, AURA SKYPOOL promises an unforgettable experience for all.
    Rise and Shine with a Breathtaking View

    Start your day on a luxurious note with the “Rise with AURA” experience. Enjoy exclusive access to the stunning pool deck from 6am to 9am every Thursday and Sunday throughout the summer. Relax on plush daybeds, soak in the calming ambiance, and witness the city come alive against a magnificent backdrop – all 210 meters above the ground. This serene morning ritual is priced from Dhs200 per person and includes access to the pool deck with stunning views. For added flexibility, the experience is also available on Mondays and Wednesdays at select times throughout the summer.
    Nighttime Escape with a Refreshing Dip

    As the mercury rises, cool off with a nighttime swim at AURA SKYPOOL. Indulge in a refreshing swim in the temperature-controlled pool from 8pm to 11pm on select nights, taking in the mesmerizing views of Dubai’s iconic landmarks sparkling under the night sky. From June 1st to July 14th, enjoy this experience on Tuesdays, Fridays, and Saturdays. Later in the summer, from July 15th to August 18th, Night Swims will be available on Tuesdays and Fridays only. Prices start from Dhs225 per person (excluding food and drinks). Unwind on comfortable daybeds, savor signature drinks, and indulge in a delectable Pan-Asian menu while taking in the breathtaking panorama.
    Kick Off Your Weekend with the AURA Night Brunch

    Make your Friday nights unforgettable with the popular AURA Night Brunch. For just Dhs480 per person, enjoy three hours of free-flowing drinks, including house wine, beers, and prosecco, alongside a specially curated Pan-Asian set menu designed by Executive Chef Craig Best. Get ready to unwind and celebrate the start of your weekend with live entertainment and upbeat music by AURA’s resident DJ. If you’re looking for an extra touch of luxury, upgrade your experience to free-flowing Laurent-Perrier Brut NV Champagne for an additional Dhs240 per person.
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    The new Sheikh Mohammed-approved bakery to visit in Dubai


    by Sarah Joseph
    2 hours ago

    With a plethora of restaurants available in Dubai, it can be hard to choose where to go, however, the Royals know exactly where to visit. If you’re looking for something sweet, then this bakery is a must-visit.
    The newly opened bkry in Alserkal Avenue welcomed His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, the Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai yesterday, June 12, 2024.
    The must-visit hotspot, bkry even shared a photo on Instagram with His Highness Sheikh Mohammed, with the caption, “ We were honored yesterday by the visit of HH. Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum @alserkalavenue .We are beyond thankful for your continued support.”

    Overall, this newly opened bakespace is a haven where the aroma of freshly baked delights. It mingles with the rich notes of specialty coffee. Not an ordinary bakery, bkry is an experimental bakespace where the traditions of baking meet innovation and artistry. The space resides in the heart of Alserkal Avneue at Warehouse 76 and is open daily from 8am to 10pm.
    To add to the charm, bkry is an experimental bakespace where the traditions of baking meet innovation and artistry. The ingredients are meticulously sourced from around the world and local UAE farms. It creates in-house pastes, spreads, and more, even wheat is processed into flour behind the kitchen.
    Swipe to see the interiors of the newly opened space to visit:

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    What’s The Difference Between STDs And STIs?

    You probably learned to group conditions such as herpes, chlamydia and genital warts under the term STD, meaning sexually transmitted disease. But in the past five years or so, these three consonants have increasingly been replaced by STI (sexually transmitted infection), leading many to ask: what’s the actual difference between STDs and STIs?

    Is the term STD… out of fashion?

    More and more OB-GYNs seem to use the latter term when they discuss conditions like herpes and chlamydia with their patients. And if you’ve Googled the topic lately (no judgment!), you probably see STI more than you used to. The short answer? Yeah, in a move to de-stigmatise sexually transmitted complications, the term STD is being used less and less. But the semantics are rooted in a subtle scientific distinction.

    So… what’s the difference between STDs and STIs?

    An STD, or sexually transmitted disease, is so named when a sexually transmitted infection (STI) leads to symptoms. A symptom, or manifestation of an infection in the body, could be something like sores, itchiness or burning. But, importantly, not all STIs present symptoms. Things like HPV, for example, can present no symptoms and can go away on their own. Other STIs like syphilis can also exhibit no symptoms. And, not all STIs progress into STDs. But all STDs start out as STIs. Make sense?

    Why the change?

    More experts are starting to prefer STI because they think it carries less of a stigma.
”The word ‘disease’ implies that a person has a set of distinctive, identifiable symptoms and most of the time, sexually transmitted infections do not present any symptoms,” says Carolyn Deal, chief of the sexually transmitted diseases branch of the National Institutes of Health’s National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases. (Despite the branch name, Dean says her colleagues have made the switch to the term STI.)

    Plus, when signs of an STI do appear, they’re often mild or cause no real problem. That makes the term disease feel off, especially considering that millions of people have or have had one, says Fred Wyand, director of communications at the American Sexual Health Association.

    Switching the terminology also has to do with removing the association with shame and unseemliness that the letters STD still have. The word ‘disease’ has a stigma, while ‘infection’ reflects something more benign and less scary, says Deal.

    The bottom line: It’s a good idea to use the term STI in an effort to make everyone feel less intimidated – and to help mitigate the stigma. But if you stick to the old-school STD, it’s not like your friends, partner, and OB-GYN won’t know what you’re talking about. More

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    Eid Al-Adha gift guide 2024: 30 fashion, beauty and lifestyle items to shop


    by Ruman Baig
    2 hours ago

    Eid al-Adha 2024 is just around the corner – if you were looking for an occasion to pamper your loved ones, this is it.
    Eid as a festival brings families, friends and communities together. It is that period during the year where you don’t worry about deadlines, daily chores or even mull in the existential crisis that engulfs every adult.
    As a kid, I always looked forward to Eid al-Adha, because it the time when my entire extended family came together for lunches, dinners, barbecues and (my favourtie) gifts exchanging ceremonies. Everyone excitedly waited for their envelope of cash ‘eidi’ from the elders and a gift that was specifically picked according to their taste.
    As a grown up, this memory and tradition has remained in my home and we continue to spoil our loved ones with something that has either been on their wishlist or with an item we think they would love.
    Whether it’s a new bag for your mom, perfume for your dad, vintage tea set for your grandma, candle for your aunt or the latest espresso maker for your coffee aficionado cousin – the possibilities are endless.
    But if you’re like me and you happen to procrastinate until the very end when it comes to buying gifts, let this Emirates Woman guide be your ultimate saviour.
    Under this EW Eid Al-Adha 2024 guide, we’ve listed luxury items under the categories of fashion, beauty and lifestyle for you to pick from.
    To make the process even simpler (thank us later), you click on the picture of the product you like, and it will redirect you to the website where you can shop it from.
    Editor-approved Eid Al-Adha 2024 gift guide:

    Public Holidays in the UAE
    In alignment with these religious observances, the UAE government has announced public holidays for its residents. Citizens and residents will observe a day off for Arafah Day on June 15, followed by a three-day break for Eid Al Adha from June 16 to June 18. This extended holiday offers an opportunity for families to come together, perform religious rituals, and engage in communal celebrations.
    Commencement of Dhul Hijjah
    The sighting of the crescent Moon on Thursday, June 6, signified the end of Dhul Qa’adah and the beginning of Dhul Hijjah on Friday, June 7. Dhul Hijjah holds immense importance for Muslims, being the month of Hajj, the annual pilgrimage to Mecca, and the celebration of Eid Al Adha.
    Significance of Arafah Day and Eid Al Adha
    Arafah Day, which is the pinnacle of the Hajj pilgrimage, will be observed on Saturday, June 15. This day is revered as the holiest in Islam, where pilgrims gather on the plains of Arafat to perform prayers and seek forgiveness. For Muslims not on pilgrimage, it is a day of fasting and reflection.
    Following Arafah Day, Eid Al Adha, also known as the “Festival of Sacrifice,” will be celebrated on Sunday, June 16. This festival commemorates the willingness of Prophet Ibrahim to sacrifice his son in obedience to God. The act of Qurbani (sacrifice) is performed, where livestock is slaughtered, and the meat is distributed among family, friends, and the needy.
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