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Armed Forces Day

عيد القوات المسلحة
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Israel
إسرائيل إسرائيل (n) fem
ʾisrāʾīl
إسْرَائِيْل
Israel
October
أكتوبر أكتوبر (n) masc
ʾuktūbar
أُكتوبَر
October
الهالوين في الحادى و الثلاثون من شهر اكتوبر الهالوين في الحادى و الثلاثون من شهر اكتوبر
al-hālūwīn fi al-ḥādī wa aṯ-ṯalāṯūn min šahri ʾuktūbar
الهالوين فِي الحَادِي و الثَلَاثُون مِن شَهرِ اُكتوبر
Halloween falls on October 31st.
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Suez
السوْيس السوْيس (n) fem
al-swīs
السُوِيْس
Suez
Armed Forces Day
عيد القوات المسلحة عيد القوات المسلحة (n) masc
ʿīdu al-quwwāt al-musallaḥah
عِيْد القُوَّات المُسَلَّحَة
Armed Forces Day
sixth
السادس السادس (n) masc
al-sādis
السادِس
sixth
canal
قناة قناة (n) fem
qanāh
قَنَاة
canal
war
حرب حرب (n) fem
ḥarb
حَرب
war
victory
انتصار انتصار (n) masc
intiṣaār
اِنتِصَار
victory
army
جيش جيش (n) masc
ǧayš
جَيْش
army
1973
الف و تسعمئة و ثلاثة و سبعون الف و تسعمئة و ثلاثة و سبعون
ʾalf wa tisʿumiʾah wa ṯalāṯah wa sabʿūn
أَلف و تِسعُمِئَة و ثَلاثَة و سَبعون
1973
order
أمر أمر (n) masc
ʾamr
أَمر
order
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Monday at 5:23 pm
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Sunday at 5:03 pm
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Hi Amr,

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Amr
Saturday at 8:12 am
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Thanks a lot

Tuesday at 4:13 am
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Hi Julie,

We usually don’t exchange certain greetings in particular, but you see a lot of historical TV shows about how the battle went.
Yes, that’s because the battle happened during Ramadan!

Nora
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Julie
Sunday at 4:26 am
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What are the traditions done on this day. And do citizens say or exchange a greeting to each other on this day? Is this known as the Ramadan war?