Tens of thousands of Muslims pray in Birmingham, Britain
Muslims around the world celebrate Eid as the Holy month of Ramadan draws to a close... including 80,000 who packed a Birmingham park for prayers
Thousands of people descended on Birmingham's Small Heath park today for prayers, funfair rides and entertainment to celebrate Eid
Around 80,000 Muslims flocked to a park in Birmingham today to celebrate Eid, joining millions across the world who have marked the end of Ramadan with prayers, feasting and family time.
Tens of thousands of Muslims took part in morning prayers and sermons at Small Heath Park, Birmingham, today as part of Europe's largest Eid celebration.
Now in its sixth year the festival has seen growing numbers since its inception in 2011 with over 60,000 attendees taking part in 2015.
With an emphasis on community and family, Eid al-Fitr is an important religious holiday which concludes the Islamic holy month of fasting, Ramadan.
But in too many places, a dark shadow stretches over those celebrations as people try to come to terms with the horror that has befallen them over the past few weeks.
In Baghdad, thousands gathered in the burnt out ruins of a shopping centre destroyed by ISIS on Sunday, lighting candles and remembering the 250 people who died in the worst violence to hit the Iraqi capital since 2003.
In Yemen, another car bomb took 10 lives on the day itself - with the death toll expected to rise. The evening before, a motorcycle bomber killed 16 in Hasakeh city, Syria.
ISIS had promised Ramadan would be a 'month of pain for infidels': with the number of people murdered by the extremists in the last four weeks now close to 1,000, spanning from a gun attack in Orlando to executions in the Philippines and mass murders in Iraq, it appears they have delivered.
And it is fellow Muslims who have suffered the most at the hands of ISIS's warped followers.
In Dhaka, where the streets and shopping malls usually overflow with people in the run up to the biggest festival in the Muslim calender, there is an eeire silence.
The Bangladeshi capital is still in mourning for the 22 people who died a violent and bloody death at the hands of ISIS-affiliated extremists as they enjoyed an evening at the Holey Artisan Bakery on Friday.
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