“Eid El Kebir (Feast of Sacrifice) is a sign of the devotion and submission of Muslims to the will of Almighty Allah. This feast is a tribute to the father of monotheism (Abraham), who accepted to sacrifice his son (Ishmael) as an obedience to Allah. The Imam of the Grand Mosque of the Lobster Residences in Lugah, El Hadji Abdul Karim SOW, called this morning, during a sermon on the Tabasaki holiday, faithful Muslims to privilege peace as the cohesion and understanding of Senegalese citizens Muslim faithful to the spirit of peace, tolerance and consensus that should guide everyone, without any ethnic or religious political difference. "Nothing and no one should make us deviate from these virtues," emphasized Thierno Bachir TALL. "Let the spirit of social cohesion and solidarity continue to guide our daily actions." In this message sent on the occasion of the Tabaski festival, the Caliph wished a good feast to all Muslims. "I wish a happy holiday to Eid-El-Kebir to all loyal Senegalese Muslims. At this moment of sharing, I want to see the spirit of social cohesion and solidarity continue to guide our daily actions. May Allah bless Senegal and give us a good farming season. "Assistant Governor of the Luga region in charge of administrative affairs, Suleiman Ndiye also participated in the prayer, which began at 9:45 p.m.