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Whose family are we going to meet today?
Raphael and Eli's.
Raphael is five,
Eli is three,
and they're brothers.
They live with their mum,
dad and little sister Suki on the edge of a city.
I wonder what they're up to today.
It's a very special day for Eli, Raphael and their family.
It's Eid, a Muslim festival to give thanks to God.
It's time to go to mosque.
Eid Mubarak, Eli.
Eid Mubarak - that means happy Eid.
Are you ready to go to mosque?
Come on, let's get up.
Come on, Eli, you've got a busy day.
Morning, Suki. Your first Eid.
Eid Mubarak, Suki.
That's a flashy toothbrush, Eli.
Raphael has nice new clothes to wear.
Right, Eli, did you have any good dreams?
A monster dream.
I hope it was a friendly monster.
There were three monsters and they were good.
They went to walk in the forest.
-And then they saw a dinosaur and the dinosaur went...
-..and he was sick.
Well, I'm glad it was a funny dream.
Sounds like a very funny dream.
Eli's enjoying putting on his new clothes, too.
There we go. Up, up, up.
My first time at mosque.
It's your first time at mosque, I know.
Are you excited?
Let me do the buttons.
Can I hug you?
I hug you too, darling.
Shall we go and say bye-bye, Suki? Shall we go and wave them goodbye?
-Tickle, tickle, tickle!
Bye, darling, have lots of fun at mosque.
-Be a good boy for your first trip to mosque.
Mum is staying at home with Suki.
Eid Mubarak, boys.
Off to the mosque, a place where Dad and the boys will worship together.
Look at all those leaves!
Soon they arrive, along with lots of other people celebrating Eid.
-That's the mosque, yes.
We're going to go in, we're going to take our shoes off
and find somewhere to sit, OK?
It's very busy, but the boys have found somewhere to stand,
ready to pray.
Eli's really enjoying his first visit to the mosque...
..and a proud Dad has hugs for them both.
How was your first time at mosque?
-Good? Did you have fun?
Back home, it's time for presents to celebrate Eid.
Who's ready for some presents?
Me! Presents, presents!
Who's made this?
-It's for you, Daddy.
-Oh, thank you.
-What does it say?
To my family, love from Eli.
-And you've written your name.
-And I done kisses.
-Three kisses! Thank you. Can I have them now, please?
Open your present first, Suki!
So, shall we help her?
I'll help - rippy, rippy.
What is it?
-It's a face.
A toy caterpillar.
Eid Mubarak, Suki!
Eid Mubarak, Suki!
Whose present is this?
-I can help you open it.
-No, I don't need help.
What? Thank you, Mummy!
You're welcome, darling. Eid Mubarak.
I think Raphael likes his present.
Look at all these things you can make.
OK, this is for Mr Eli.
What is it?
A Superman present!
-A superhero present.
With a quick change, Eli is now Super Eli.
-Hello, who are you?
-I'll put my mask on.
Eli, I need some help.
Your mission is to find Suki's new caterpillar.
Can you find it, please, Superhero Eli?
I think a baddie took it.
Poor Suki's new toy caterpillar has been captured by...
the naughty cushions!
I'm going to find it.
The cushions don't stand a chance against Eli's super-strong tube.
But one sneaky cushion still keeps the caterpillar hidden.
Where were we when we opened the presents?
-Not for long.
-Yes, you've found it, superhero!
Thank you so much for returning it.
What do you say, Suki? Say, "You're my hero!"
Super Eli saved the day.
-Decoration time. Yay!
Raphael and Eli are getting ready for a party
for the rest of their family.
-Yes. Look what I've got to put on them.
-Oh, yeah, to go on the top.
I need lots of pom-poms.
I'm going to make a person.
This is going to be one of the ears.
-Oh, I love it.
-This looks really good, Eli.
Dad's come to join in the fun.
Daddy, we're making special party hats for Eid.
I'm making a funny person.
-Oh, that's nice, Eli.
-Raphael, that looks like the best robot hat ever.
-Could I make a hat?
I think you'd make a really good hat.
-His favourite colour is red.
-His favourite colour is red!
Going to make a red one?
Nice and careful with the scissors, Raphael!
I'm helping Daddy make his party hat.
Yeah, what's it going to say on it? It's going to say Eid Mubarak.
-It's going to say Eid.
What does that mean?
It means happy Eid.
Who's going to come at Eid?
-What does Mr Tiger do, Eli?
-He gives us presents.
He gives you presents.
He drops the presents off.
Mr Tiger sounds fun.
I hope he visits later.
Oh, look at your Eid hat, Daddy.
I love the Eid hat.
Try your hat on for size, Dad.
Daddy, you look brilliant. What do you think, boys?
-What does Daddy look like?
-He looks good.
Well done, everybody.
Happy Eid Mubarak, everyone.
Look, who's here?
What do we say? Look, it's Daadi.
What better way to celebrate than with a family party?
..along with cousins...
-Eid Mubarak, everybody.
..aunties and uncles.
A party's not a party without games...
Mr Tiger, where are you?
Look out, there's a tiger in the garden!
Eid Mubarak, Mr Tiger!
You're going to have to chase me if you want your present.
It's Mr Tiger, and he's brought presents for all the children.
But they'll have to catch him first.
Well done, everybody.
Right, then. Let's see, what did Mr Tiger bring in his bags?
Where's Daddy today?
Where's Daddy today? That's a good question.
Yes, where has Dad gone?
Have you seen his daddy anywhere?
Yeah, he went to the shops to get milk.
You're just dressed as a tiger!
Here come the presents.
Hey, mine's like pass the parcel!
Thank you, Mr Tiger.
You're welcome, Eli.
Happy Eid, everyone.
ALL: Eid Mubarak.
I wonder who we're going to meet next time on Our Family.