takes place after the holy month of Ramadan, when Muslims fast for one month. This month is a time when there is a spirit of prayer and giving, and, after sunset, each day, the fast is broken together with family and friends. At the end of the month, on Eid al Fetir, Muslims carry out their prayers together, either in a mosque or in a larger space. Although Ramadan has no permanent date, as the Hijra calendar changes according to the moon cycles, if in Addis Abeba at the time, National Stadium is the place to be to see the great joint prayer and, afterward, the singing and prayer of the people as they go back to their homes. The rest of the day is spent inviting people to holiday feasts.