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Celebrating Tabaski in Gambia

During the weeks approaching the Muslim celebration of Tabaski goat herders from across Gambia and Senegal come to Banjul, Gambia's capital, to sell them at this large goat market.
Eid al-Adha, or known as Tabaski in West Africa, is also called the Feast of Sacrifice. Celebrated throughout the Muslim world is the second of the two Eid celebrations. During Tabaski every family will buy a goat which will be sacrificed and the meat distributed between the family and friends.

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Gambia, West Africa
During the weeks approaching the Muslim celebration of Tabaski goat herders from across Gambia and Senegal come to Banjul, Gambia's capital, to sell them at this large goat market.<br />
Eid al-Adha, or known as Tabaski in West Africa, is also called the Feast of Sacrifice. Celebrated throughout the Muslim world is the second of the two Eid celebrations. During Tabaski every family will buy a goat which will be sacrificed and the meat distributed between the family and friends.