Oct. 24th. United nations Day
Oct. 26th. Eid al Adha
Christians and Jews will be familiar with the Bible story of the Abraham’s willingness to sacrifice his son. Muslims now ritually sacrifice an animal (commonly a goat) to commemorate this.
Oct. 31st. Halloween—originally called All Hallows E’en (evening). Adults now celebrate with costume parties, and children celebrate by dressing up and “trick or treating” from door to door.
Nov. 1st. All Saints Day