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DTCM has confirmed that on the Holy occassion of Eid Al Adha, the Emirate of Dubai will refrain from serving alcohol and holding entertainment activities and parties as of Sunday 13th October from 6pm until Monday 14th October at 7pm. Make sure you keep that in mind when planning your Eid activities!
 

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DTCM has confirmed that on the Holy occassion of Eid Al Adha, the Emirate of Dubai will refrain from serving alcohol and holding entertainment activities and parties as of Sunday 13th October from 6pm until Monday 14th October at 7pm. Make sure you keep that in mind when planning your Eid activities!
gotta raid african eastern then!
 

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It's an important religious holiday celebrated by Muslims worldwide to honour the willingness of the prophet Ibrahim (Abraham) to sacrifice his young first-born son Ismail (Ishmael)a as an act of submission to God's command and his son's acceptance to being sacrificed, before God intervened to provide Abraham with a Lamb to sacrifice instead.
 

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Must say that I have never personally met an Islamic Chinese with Western name before...:cool:
Dubai is a melting pot of xxx number of nationalities and cultures. Everyone living in ......................
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Chocoholic said:
DTCM has confirmed that on the Holy occassion of Eid Al Adha, the Emirate of Dubai will refrain from serving alcohol and holding entertainment activities and parties as of Sunday 13th October from 6pm until Monday 14th October at 7pm. Make sure you keep that in mind when planning your Eid activities!
Well I plan to fly out on Saturday and back on Thursday , do no problem there!
 

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'School night' as in the next day is a working day - not everyone gets all these public holidays off, many, many people are still working.
While I find it about absurd the way people seem to have emotional meltdowns anytime there is a dry night here, this is a pointless. Who cares if some people have to work, if the person that wants to go out, or get blasted at home does not have work the next day it is not a school night. The days are holidays, yes some people work on holidays, oh well that is life don't whine. If you don't like it, get another job
 

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While I find it about absurd the way people seem to have emotional meltdowns anytime there is a dry night here, this is a pointless. Who cares if some people have to work, if the person that wants to go out, or get blasted at home does not have work the next day it is not a school night. The days are holidays, yes some people work on holidays, oh well that is life don't whine. If you don't like it, get another job
Gees, throw your toys out the pram much? I was merely clarifying - keep yer wig on.

FYI I love my job - bet it's better than yours!

The purpose of the thread was for INFORMATION purposes. No need for jumping up and down and getting your oversized y-fronts in a wad.
 

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Must say that I have never personally met an Islamic Chinese with Western name before...:cool:
Name is just a name...I have met lots of "Mohamed" guessing you must have the same experience like that.
And I am not an Islamic member either. Sorry to disappoint you.:)
 
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