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Halima Yousef o Abertawe sy'n ein tywys ni drwy'r digwyddiadau mawr a bach sy'n digwydd yn ei theulu hi. Halima Yousef from Swansea guides us through the Muslim festival, Eid.


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-Hello. My name is Halima.

-I'm nine years old.

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-I like visiting the park.

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-I'm one of six children

-and we live in Swansea.

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-Here's Mam.

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-Here's Dad.

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-My baby sister Ayesha.

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-My brothers - Umar, Mustafa...

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-..Faris and Adam.

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-I like climbing trees

-and riding my bike.

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-It's fun being part

-of such a big family.

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-I'll share all my life's events,

-large and small, with you.

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-Here's the story of our family.

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-It's time for Eid and Mam and I are

-in Swansea to buy something special.

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-Eid Mubarak means Blessed Eid.

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-Eid is an Islamic festival

-which happens twice a year.

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-As part of the celebration,

-I have henna painted on my hands.

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-Farhana is Mam's friend.

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-She's a henna artist.

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-While I have henna painted,

-my brothers have their hair cut...

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-..in a barber's shop

-around the corner.

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-Mam and Dad want us

-to look our best to celebrate Eid.

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-Adam sits on Dad's lap

-to have his hair cut.

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-Almost finished.

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-Wow! It's so pretty.

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-There we go, everyone looking smart.

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-We're ready to celebrate Eid.

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-It's time for Eid.

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-It's 6.00am and we're visiting

-the mosque in Carmarthen...

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-..to pray before school.

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-We leave our shoes at the door...

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-..before we go in to pray.

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-Mam ties my hair up to allow me to

-wear a scarf called a hijab to pray.

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-The mosque is packed this morning.

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-There's no room

-for everyone's shoes.

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-It's time to pray.

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-Men pray in one room.

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-Women pray in another room.

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-When I kneel down,

-I thank Allah for everything.

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-Allah is God in Arabic.

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-After the prayer

-we greet one another...

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-..and say Eid Mubarak, Blessed Eid.

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-After the prayer,

-it's time for a cake.

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-Faris is enjoying his pancake.

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-I've had an orange lollipop.

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-It's time to go to school.

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-We return to the mosque tonight

-for the celebration of Eid.

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-It's evening time and we return

-to the mosque for the celebration.

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-We're having a feast.

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-Food is an important part of Eid.

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-Tonight, everyone's made

-something different...

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-..and it's placed on the table

-in the middle of the room.

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-I'm definitely having some of that!

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-It's time to pray first.

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-Tonight, my oldest brother, Omar...

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-..makes the call to prayer.

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-Muslims pray five times a day.

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-It's part of our religion

-to do this.

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-After the prayer,

-it's time to feast.

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-From large pizzas to small pizzas.

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-There's something for everyone.

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-Careful, Dad, Ayesha's asleep.

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-Do you like the food?

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-Delicious.

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-One of my brothers is searching

-for his favourite chocolate.

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-I think you have enough, Mustafa.

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-It's time to play - hooray.

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-Some are playing

-table tennis outside.

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-Some are playing football

-in the mosque.

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-Myself and my friends

-are showing one another our tattoos.

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-Wow. That's cool.

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-Do you like Eid?

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-Do you like Eid?

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-Yes.

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-I had presents and money

-from my grandmas.

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-I bought these two.

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-We have more tattoos on our arms.

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-A red and yellow butterfly.

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-Blessed Eid.

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Halima Yousef o Abertawe sy'n ein tywys ni drwy'r digwyddiadau mawr a bach sy'n digwydd yn ei theulu hi. Halima Yousef from Swansea guides us through the Muslim festival, Eid.