The International Islamic University of Islamabad has announced that all of its “Constituent Units will remain closed from 2nd May 2022 to 6th May 2022 (Monday to Friday) in connection with Eid Ul Fit.” This includes the School, College and Quran and Sunnah Science College all which will be closed for the holiday, as well as the Museums and Libraries.
International Islamic University to Close for Eid
The International Islamic University in Malaysia will be closed for the Eid al-Adha holiday from August 11-15, 2019. All classes and activities will resume on August 16.
We would like to wish all of our students, staff, and faculty a joyous Eid al-Adha!
School closures during Eid ul Fit
With Eid ul Fitr just around the corner, many students are wondering if their schools will be closed for the holiday. While some schools have already announced closures, others are still making decisions.
The International Islamic University is one of the schools that has decided to close for Eid. In a statement, the university said that “In order to enable our students, staff and faculty to celebrate Eid ul Fitr with their families and loved ones, the International Islamic University will be closed from June 26-30, 2019.”
We know that not everyone will be able to take time off from work or school for the holiday, but we hope that everyone can find some time to relax and enjoy the Eid celebrations!
Why religious schools close
As Eid al-Fitr approaches, many Muslim students who attend Islamic schools in the United States are preparing for a break from classes. While some public schools close for the holiday, most religious schools close for a week or more.
The reasons for this are many. For one, Islamic holidays are based on the lunar calendar, which means they fall on different days each year. This can make it difficult for schools to plan ahead.
Another reason is that Eid al-Fitr is a time for families to be together and celebrate. Many Muslims travel during this time, so it can be hard for schools to accommodate all students.
Finally, Eid al-Fitr is a time of reflection and prayer. Religious schools want to give their students the opportunity to focus on their faith and spirituality without the distractions of school.
Whether your child attends a public or religious school, you can use this break to spend time with them and learn more about their faith. Here are some ideas:
• Attend an Eid celebration at a local mosque or community center.
• Talk to your child about what they learn at school and how they practice their faith at home.
• Read books or watch movies together
Schools closing just for summer vacation
It’s that time of year again when schools across the country close their doors for summer vacation. For many students and teachers, this is a welcome break from the rigors of the school year. But for the International Islamic University (IIU) in Malaysia, summer vacation means something entirely different.
The IIU, which is one of the country’s leading Islamic institutions, has announced that it will be closed for the entire month of Ramadan. This is a significant departure from past years, when the university remained open during the Muslim holy month.
According to a statement released by the university, the decision to close was made “in view of the special circumstances surrounding Ramadan this year.” The statement went on to say that the university would be closed from June 6th to July 5th, and that all classes and activities would be suspended during this time.
This news has come as a surprise to many, as the IIU has never before closed its doors for such an extended period of time. Some have speculated that the decision was made in response to recent terrorist attacks in Malaysia, while others believe that it is simply an effort to accommodate students who may want to travel during Ramadan.
Whatever the reason for the closure
The International Islamic University in Malaysia will be closed for the Eid holidays from May 12-16. This is good news for students who are looking to take advantage of the break to travel.
The university is located in Kuala Lumpur, which is a popular destination for Muslim tourists from all over the world. The city has a lot to offer, from its rich history and culture, to its modern skyline and attractions.
During the Eid break, students can visit some of the city’s most popular tourist spots, such as the Petronas Twin Towers, the Batu Caves, and Chinatown. They can also take part in traditional Eid celebrations, such as prayer and giving Zakat (charity).
This is a great opportunity for students to learn more about Islamic culture and traditions, as well as to experience all that Kuala Lumpur has to offer.
The International Islamic University will be closed for the Eid holiday, from August 31st to September 14th. This closure will affect all students, staff, and faculty. We hope that everyone enjoys the holiday and takes this time to relax and recharge.