New Year devotional at Dubai’s Dubai Islamic Cultural Centre.
New Year devoument is a traditional Islamic ritual to mark the beginning of the New Year.
It’s a fast-paced, celebratory affair.
There are traditional dance parties, traditional foods and a large number of sweets.
The theme is “Happy New Year” with a focus on celebration and hope for the future.
Dubai’s Islamic Cultural Center said it has become a place of joy, peace and hope since it was established in the early 20th century.
Dubayat al-Khilafa, a spokesperson for the Cultural Centre, said there was a large amount of food, sweets and other festive foods available at the event, which was held on New Year Day.
He added that the event was also being used as a way to celebrate Ramadan.
In an exclusive interview with Mashable, Abu Haidar said the festivities are part of the celebrations to mark Islam’s holy month of Ramadan.
The festival begins on the night of the first day of the holy month and is traditionally observed between the months of Ramadan and Eid al-Adha.
The day also marks the start of the Muslim month of fasting.
Abu Hayedar said that the celebrations were held every year to mark Eid al Adha, the festival of lights and blessings.
He said that Muslims who participated in the New Years celebrations were encouraged to gather on the streets of Dubai to celebrate the event.
He said the celebrations are often carried out with dancing, dancing shoes, sweets, music and dance performances.
“They are a big part of our celebrations,” Abu Hidedar said.
Dubais first New Years celebration, the Dadaat al Kebab (dancing shoes) was held in 2013, but it was banned from the streets in 2016, as the Islamic Cultural Authority of Dubai (ICAAD) deemed the dance shoes too “harmful”.
However, Abu Harid said the event still exists at some other places, including the Dubai Islamic Centre.
“There are different places that celebrate the New years and they are all still happening, so it’s still a tradition,” he said.