It's a Muslim feast day which falls on the 10th Dzulhijah Hijri year.
Eid al-Adha always has meaning to every Muslim and also can have significance for other people, because the Eid has a humanitarian mission that is universal.
Eid al-Adha is an Islamic holiday. On this day, people commemorate the Prophet Ibrahim (Abraham), who is willing to sacrifice his son Ismail to Allah, but He allowed him to replace his son by his sheep.
On this holiday, Muslims gather in the morning and do the Eid prayers together in the field. After prayers they perform a qurban, to commemorate God's command to Abraham, when sheep were slaughtered instead of his son.
Later on the qurban will be given to people who need it the most: people in poverty. Isn't it beautiful when people are able to help each other? Not only today but for many more days to come. I believe that when we're helping each other, everything will be possible. So help other people, even if it’s just with a small thing or gesture. Small things matter too!