Egyptian cartoons celebrate Eid
“Don't be afraid, baby, it is Eid Fitr, not Adhaa [holiday on which sheep are slaughtered]” - Ahmed Khalaf
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“Don't be afraid, baby, it is Eid Fitr, not Adhaa [holiday on which sheep are slaughtered]” - Ahmed Khalaf

“Don’t be afraid, baby, it is Eid Fitr, not Adhaa [holiday on which sheep are slaughtered]” – Ahmed Khalaf

 

“Officer, I was harassing the pan of cakes, not her!” - Mohamed Abdel Latif

“Officer, I was harassing the pan of cakes, not her!” – Mohamed Abdel Latif

 

Kids: “No Eid gifts! Don’t you know what we’ll do?” Father: “So, what are you gonna do about it?” - Hazem Maher

Kids: “No Eid gifts! Don’t you know what we’ll do?” Father: “So, what are you gonna do about it?” – Hazem Maher

 

“No way, now Eid money is like Morsi, both now coming back!” - Mohamed Abdel Latif

“No way, now Eid money is like Morsi, both now coming back!” – Mohamed Abdel Latif

 

An Egyptian family after paying Eid expenses: Wife:  “Ok, let’s put the rest in the bank for a nest egg.” - Ahmed Khalaf

An Egyptian family after paying Eid expenses: Wife: “Ok, let’s put the rest in the bank for a nest egg.” – Ahmed Khalaf

 

Driver: “Welcome back, buddy, gas prices went up while you were gone!” [Muslims say that with the end of Ramadan, the devil goes to back to work.] - Ahmed Khalaf

Driver: “Welcome back, buddy, gas prices went up while you were gone!” [Muslims say that with the end of Ramadan, the devil goes to back to work.] – Ahmed Khalaf

 

“Aw, go on and have a treat. Work can wait.” [Muslims say that with the end of Ramadan, the devil goes to back to work.] - Mohamed Abdel Latif

“Aw, go on and have a treat. Work can wait.” [Muslims say that with the end of Ramadan, the devil goes to back to work.] – Mohamed Abdel Latif

 

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