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22-07-2020 03:28 PM
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The central bank confirmed today, Wednesday, that the salaries of employees will be released in one payment before Eid Al-Adha.

And the central bank announced in a brief statement seen by Al-Akhbariya, that "the bank has secured employee salaries for the month of July."

He added that "the salaries of employees will be released in one payment before Eid al-Adha."

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The central bank announces the insurance of employee salaries for the month of July

 

 
 

Baghdad / National News Center -
The Central Bank announced, on Wednesday, insurance of employee salaries for the month of July.

The central bank added that "salaries will be launched in one payment before Eid al-Adha."

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The Central Bank announced, on Wednesday, the insurance of employee salaries for the current month of July, confirming its launch in one payment before Eid Al-Adha.
 

The official agency quoted the bank as saying, "The salaries of employees for the month of July are insured, and they will be launched in one payment before Eid Al-Adha."

It is noteworthy that the employees ’salaries for the month of June were delayed for two weeks or more due to the financial deficit faced by the public budget due to the effects of the Corona pandemic on the decline in oil prices, according to official sources.
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Central Bank: Launching July salaries before the holiday and in one payment
  
{Baghdad: Al Furat News} The Central Bank of Iraq announced the insurance of employees ’salaries for the month of July.

The central bank said, "Salaries will be released in one payment before Eid al-Adha."
Ammar Al-Masoudi

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 The Parliamentary Finance Committee reassured the employees of their salaries.
Committee member Naji Al-Saeedi said, "The Finance Ministry has completed all its willingness to distribute and pay salaries before Eid al-Adha."
He added that "the Accounting Department of the Ministry of Finance has secured all financial liquidity for the distribution of the salaries of state employees through internal borrowing from the Rafidain and Al-Rasheed banks. The ministry has completed 90% of the salaries and liquidity is available and will be distributed on time."
Al-Saeedi denied the news about "the government's intention to distribute salaries every 45 days, as liquidity is available under the government borrowing law and there is no problem in distributing salaries during this period."
He pointed out that "the employees will be notified by notification of text messages regarding the citizens' salaries electronically."

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17 minutes ago, yota691 said:

Finance Ministry will distribute and pay salaries before Eid al-Adha.

 

Guru "Mountain Goat" will want to make himself/herself scarce for a few days. :jester:

 

 

The key ritual is what gives the holiday its name: “Adha” means “sacrifice” in Arabic. Families who can afford to do so will slaughter an animal — perhaps a sheep, goat. The animal is blindfolded, gently put down and then slaughtered while the name of God is praised.
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The central bank announces the insurance of employee salaries for the month of July
 

Baghdad - people  

The Central Bank announced, on Wednesday, the date for the release of employee salaries for the month of July.  

  

The official agency quoted the central bank, and it was followed by "NAS" (July 22, 2020), that "July employee salaries were secured."  

The bank added, "The salaries will be released in one payment before Eid Al-Adha."  

On Sunday, the Parliamentary Finance Committee assured employees about the salaries of the next three months, stressing the importance of activating the economic reform bill.  

"The Finance Committee is awaiting the economic reform paper that will be presented by the government," said committee member Mohamed al-Darraji in a statement to the official agency affiliated with "NAS" (July 19, 2020), stressing work on "merging the legislative reform paper with the executive paper."    

He pointed out, "The importance of activating the economic reform bill," noting that "the borrowing law is secure in paying employees' salaries during the next three months without delay."    

The Central Bank announced, earlier, the details of its contribution in the face of the financial crisis, and while confirming the re-deduction of bonds to the Ministry of Finance to secure salaries for a period of three months, it is likely to be disbursed at the beginning of next week.    

Ihsan Shamran, Director General of Accounting at the Central Bank, said in a statement affiliated to "NAS", that the central bank has a big role in facing the current financial crisis, stressing the re-deduction of bonds in favor of the Ministry of Finance by about 8 trillion dinars.    

He added that these bonds will enable the ministry to secure employee salaries for the months of July, August and September, pointing out that the bank has made it easier for the Ministry of Finance to process the debt repayment for a period of 10 years.    

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Some Fun Facts on Eid Al-Adha

What is is Eid al-Adha

Eid al-Adha is a public holiday in places such as the Indonesia, Jordan, Malaysia, Turkey, and the United Arab Emirates. It is not a nationwide public holiday in countries such as AustraliaCanadathe United Kingdom or the United States. However, some Islamic organizations may be closed or offer a reduced level of service and there may be some local congestion around mosques in countries where Eid al-Adha is not a public holiday.

Background

Ibrahim, known as Abraham in the Christian and Jewish traditions, was commanded by God to sacrifice his adult son. He obeyed and took Ishmael (Ismail or Ismael) to Mount Moriah. Just as he was to sacrifice his son, an angel stopped him and gave him a ram to sacrifice in place of his son. Some people dispute that the son of sacrifice was Isaac (Isḥāq). Regardless, these events are remembered and celebrated at Eid al-Adha.

The Islamic calendar is based on observations of the Moon and the length of a particular month can vary between years. For this reason, predicted dates of Eid al-Adha may be corrected at the start of the month of Dhul Hijja. This is around 10 days before the start of the festival.

 

What do people do?

At Eid al-Adha, many Muslims make a special effort to pray and listen to a sermon at a mosque. They also wear new clothes, visit family members and friends and may symbolically sacrifice an animal in an act known as qurbani. This represents the animal that Ibrahim sacrificed in the place of his son.

In some traditionally Muslim countries, families or groups of families may purchase an animal known as udhiya, usually a goat or sheep, to sacrifice, but this is not common or legal in many parts of Australia, Canada, New Zealand, the United Kingdom, the United States or many other countries. In these countries, groups of people may purchase a whole carcass from a butcher or slaughterhouse and divide it amongst themselves or just buy generous portions of meat for a communal meal on Eid-al-Adha. People also give money to enable poorer members of their local community and around the world to eat a meat-based meal.

In the period around Eid al-Adha, many Muslims travel to Mecca and the surrounding area in Saudi Arabia to perform the Hajj pilgrimage. Package holidays are organized from many countries. Muslims may plan and save for many years to enable them to take part in this event, which is one of the five pillars of Islam.

 

As practiced in the USA:

Eid al-Adha, also known as the Feast of Sacrifice or Festival of Sacrifice, commemorates accomplishment. Eid al-Adha also serves as a reminder of when Ibrahim (Abraham) was willing to sacrifice his son to God, according to Islamic belief. The United States government issued postage stamps to commemorate Eid al-Fitr and Eid al-Adha in previous years. These stamps aimed to highlight the business, educational and social contributions that Muslims made in the United States.

 

When is it observed?Eid al-Adha Observances

Eid al-Adha takes place on the tenth day of the last month of the Muslim calendar. The Muslim calendar follows the moon, so the months are based on the moon's phases. This means it's 11 days shorter than the Gregorian calendar (January–December). So Eid al-Adha is actually celebrated on a different day every year.

Note: Regional customs or moon sightings may cause a variation of the date for Islamic holidays, which begin at sundown the day before the date specified for the holiday. The Islamic calendar is lunar and the days begin at sunset, so there may be one-day error depending on when the New Moon is first seen.

Year

Weekday

Date

Name

Holiday Type

2015

Thu

Sep 24

Eid al-Adha

Muslim

2016

Tue

Sep 13

Eid al-Adha

Muslim

2017

Sat

Sep 2

Eid al-Adha

Muslim

2018

Wed

Aug 22

Eid al-Adha

Muslim

2019

Sun

Aug 11

Eid al-Adha

Muslim

2020

Fri

Jul 31

Eid al-Adha

Muslim

2021

Tue

Jul 20

Eid al-Adha

Muslim

2022

Sun

Jul 10

Eid al-Adha

Muslim

2023

Thu

Jun 29

Eid al-Adha

Muslim

2024

Mon

Jun 17

Eid al-Adha

Muslim

2025

Sat

Jun 7

Eid al-Adha

Muslim

 

Eid al-Adha 2020 will begin in the evening of Thursday, July 30 and ends in the evening of Monday, August 3

 

 

Do you fast?

Eid-ul-Fitr and Eid-ul-Adha occasions are the only two days on which fasting is prohibited. The instructions about making up missed fast days are pretty simple. All one has to do is observe one fast against the one fast that they missed.

 

Is Eid mentioned in Quran?

There is NO word “EID” in the whole Quran. There is Friday prayer (Salat) mentioned by name in Quran. But there is NO one word as Eid or Eid Prayer (Salat) is mentioned in the whole Quran.

 

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PARLIAMENTARY FINANCE REVEALS THE DATE FOR LAUNCHING THE SALARIES OF STATE EMPLOYEES FOR THE MONTH OF JULY

Saturday, 25 July 2020 9:41 PM
Parliamentary Finance reveals the date for launching the salaries of state employees for the month of July

 

 
 

Baghdad / National News Center -

Member of the Parliamentary Finance Committee, Jamal Cougar, revealed on Saturday the date of launching the salaries of state employees for the month of July, indicating that the government has the financial liquidity to pay salaries.

Cougar said: "The government cannot back down or deny the covenants it made, including the payment of employee salaries before Eid al-Adha, which falls on Friday."

He added, "The government secured the employees' salaries for 3 months through internal borrowing."

Cougar continued, "The salaries of the month of July will be launched during this week, as the government promised, without delay, as happened in the past two months."

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Member of Parliamentary Finance: The government secured the salaries of July, August and September ... The date for distributing them this month before the holiday is inevitable

 

Economie 2020/25/25 21:28 1356 Editor: ht

 

Baghdad today - special Member of the Parliamentary Finance Committee, Jamal Cougar, revealed on Saturday, July 25, 2020, the date of launching the salaries of state employees for the month of July, indicating that the government has the financial liquidity to pay salaries. Cougar said in an interview with him (Baghdad today), "The government cannot back down or deny the covenants it has made, including paying employees salaries before Eid al-Adha, which falls on Friday." He added, "The government secured the employees' salaries for 3 months through internal borrowing." Cougar continued, "The salaries of the month of July will be launched during this week, as the government promised, without delay, as happened in the past two months." On Thursday (July 23, 20020), the Minister of Finance, Ali Abdul Amir Alawi, directed the Accounting Department to pay the salaries of employees and retirees early next week. The Iraqi News Agency quoted Allawi as directing the accounting department in the ministry to pay the salaries of employees and retirees early next week. The central bank announced, last Wednesday, the insurance of employee salaries for the current month of July, confirming its launch in one payment before Eid Al-Adha. The official agency quoted the bank as saying that "the salaries of employees for the month of July are insured and will be launched in one payment before Eid Al-Adha." It is noteworthy that the salaries of employees for the month of last June were delayed for two weeks or more due to the financial shortage faced by the public budget due to the effects of the Corona pandemic on the decline in oil prices, according to official sources. .

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