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    Aïd El Adha
    Installation de 23 sites de vente directe de moutons

    HuffPost Algérie
    Publication : 11/08/2017 12h01
    Mis à jour : 11/08/2017 12h02
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    Vingt-trois (23) sites seront installés pour la vente directe des moutons de l'Aid El Adha, et ce, à partir de samedi prochain, apprend-on auprès du ministère de l'Agriculture, du Développement rural et de la Pêche.
    Cette décision a été prise lors d'une réunion qui a regroupé mercredi à Alger le ministre de l'Agriculture, du développement rural et de la pêche, M. Abdelkader Bouazghi, avec les cadres du secteur, les représentants de la Chambre Nationale de l'Agriculture (CNA), de l'Union nationale des paysans algériens (UNPA) et la Fédération nationale des éleveurs, qui avait porté sur les conditions de mise en œuvre de l'opération de l'Aid El Adha.Ces 23 sites retenus sont situés dans les quatre grandes wilayas, à savoir Alger, Annaba, Constantine et Oran, sachant que pour la capitale, un appoint de cinq autres sites a été défini dans quatre wilayas limitrophes.
    Pour la wilaya d'Alger, six (6) sites de vente ont été aménagés aux Pins maritimes, Bab Ezzouar, Ain El Benian, El Hamiz, Rouiba et Birtouta. S'y ajoute l'appoint de cinq autres sites situés dans les quatre wilayas limitrophes, à savoir Tizi-Ouzou, Boumerdès, Blida et Tipaza.
    Pour la wilaya de Constantine, cinq (5) sites ont été identifiés à El Khroub, Oueld Rahmoun et Ibn Zied.
    Dans la wilaya d'Oran, les quatre (4) sites retenus sont sis à Es-Senia, Tafaraoui, El Kerma et Messerghin.
    Pour la wilaya d'Annaba, il a été retenu trois (3) sites à El Bouni et à El Hadjar.

    A ce propos, le ministère de l'Agriculture fait savoir que le dispositif de vente directe du mouton de l'Aïd peut être élargi à d'autres wilayas.Lors de cette réunion, M. Bouazghi a insisté sur la sécurité des lieux, des biens et des personnes et a donné des instructions pour la mise en place d'un dispositif de couverture sanitaire qui sera assuré par les services vétérinaires du secteur.Par ailleurs, l'Office national des aliments de bétail (Onab) a été chargé d'assurer l'approvisionnement en aliments de bétail (orge) et les sites retenus pour la vente des moutons.En outre, une campagne de vulgarisation et de sensibilisation sera assurée à travers les supports de médiatisation (radio, télévision et presse écrite).


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    Aid El Adha sera célébré le vendredi 1er septembre
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    le 22.08.17|16h54
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    L'Aid El Adha sera célébré le vendredi, 1er septembre, a indiqué samedi le ministère des Affaires religieuses et des Wakfs dans un communiqué.

    Le mercredi 23 août 2017 coïncidera avec le 1er Dhou el Hidja 1438 de l'hégire, précise le communiqué ajoutant que le rassemblement sur le Mont Arafa interviendra jeudi 9 Dhou el Hidja, correspondant au 31 août.


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    • #3
      Apparemment les moutons sont chers et les prix indiqués au-dessus sont faux.

      Demain c'est Arafat, siyem maqboul à ceux qui jeun. Qorban maqboul wa hadjoun mabrour ! 'Aid moubarek à tout Fa et à tous les musulmans ayna ma kanou !

      S'il vous plait ma tetkhbawech pendant deux semaines bach taklou tout le kebch el'aid 3 jours ! hahaha

      Bon Chwa

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      • #4
        Les musulmans célèbrent l'Aïd El Adha à travers le monde (PHOTOS)


        HuffPost Algérie
        Publication : 01/09/2017 15h44
        Mis à jour : 01/09/2017 15h44



        Les musulmans célèbrent ce vendredi 01 septembre l'Aïd El Adha (la Fête du Sacrifice) à travers le monde, pour commémorer la bonne volonté du prophète Ibrahim, prêt à sacrifier son fils selon la volonté de Dieu, qui lui a plutôt envoyé un mouton à sacrifier.Comme chaque année, les musulmans ont fêté ce matin l'Aïd El Adha dans la joie, au moment où deux millions de pèlerins musulmans en Arabie saoudite se livraient, sous haute sécurité, au rituel de la lapidation de Satan à Mina, qui avait tourné au drame il y a deux ans.
        • 1Rome - Italie
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          ROME, ITALY - SEPTEMBER 1: Members of the Muslim community perform Eid al-Adha the 'Feast of Sacrifice', which marks the end of the annual pilgrimage or Hajj to the Saudi holy city of Mecca, at Piazza Vittorio square,in Rome's Esquilino multi-ethnic quarter on September 1, 2017 in Rome, Italy. The Feast of the Sacrifice, Islam's most important holiday. (Photo by Stefano Montesi - Corbis/Corbis via Getty Images)
        • 2Damas - Syrie
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          DAMASCUS, SYRIA - SEPTEMBER 1: Syrian people visit the graves of their relatives during the first day of the Eid Al Adha at the region under Assad Regime's controlled in Damascus, Syria on September 1, 2017. Muslims worldwide celebrate Eid Al-Adha, to commemorate the holy Prophet Ibrahim’s (Prophet Abraham) readiness to sacrifice his son as a sign of his obedience to God, during which they sacrifice permissible animals, generally goats, sheep, and cows. Eid-al Adha is the one of two most important holidays in the Islamic calendar, with prayers and the ritual sacrifice of animals. (Photo by Stringer/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images)
        • 3Jakarta - Indonésie
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          A group of men slaughtered cows as a sacrifice for Eid al-Adha at Mosque of As-Sukur in Jakarta, Indonesia on September 1, 2017. This Muslim holy day also celebrated with Haj pilgrimage and slaughtering livestock to remind prophet Abraham who ready to sacrifice his son. (Photo by Anton Raharjo/NurPhoto via Getty Images)
        • 4Kiev - Ukraine
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          KIEV, UKRAINE - SEPTEMBER 01: Foods and desserts are distributed as Muslims gather to perform the Eid Al Adha prayer at the Ar-Rahma Mosque in Kiev, Ukraine on September 01, 2017. Muslims worldwide celebrate Eid Al-Adha, to commemorate the holy Prophet Ibrahim’'s (Prophet Abraham) readiness to sacrifice his son as a sign of his obedience to God, during which they sacrifice permissible animals, generally goats, sheep, and cows. Eid-al Adha is the one of two most important holidays in the Islamic calendar, with prayers and the ritual sacrifice of animals. (Photo by Vladimir Shtanko/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images)
        • 5Gaza - Palestine
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          GAZA, NORTHERN GAZA, PALESTINE - 2017/09/01: Thousands of Muslims participated in the morning prayers of Eid al-Adha in North Gaza. (Photo by Ramez Habboub/Pacific Press/LightRocket via Getty Images)
        • 6Kiev - Ukraine
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          KIEV, UKRAINE - SEPTEMBER 01: Muslims greet each other as they gather to perform the Eid Al Adha prayer at the Ar-Rahma Mosque in Kiev, Ukraine on September 01, 2017. Muslims worldwide celebrate Eid Al-Adha, to commemorate the holy Prophet Ibrahim’'s (Prophet Abraham) readiness to sacrifice his son as a sign of his obedience to God, during which they sacrifice permissible animals, generally goats, sheep, and cows. Eid-al Adha is the one of two most important holidays in the Islamic calendar, with prayers and the ritual sacrifice of animals. (Photo by Vladimir Shtanko/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images)
        • 7Londres - Angleterre
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          LONDON, ENGLAND - SEPTEMBER 01: A family ride on dodgems in Burgess Park during the first day of Eid al-Adha celebrations on September 1, 2017 in London, England. Muslims across the world are beginning two days of celebrations for Eid al-Adha, one of the two holiest Muslim holidays, that honours the willingness of prophet Abraham to sacrifice his son Ismail, in an act of obedience to God'. (Photo by Rob Stothard/Getty Images)
        • 8Gibraltar
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          GIBRALTAR - SEPTEMBER 1: People greet each other after performing the Eid Al-Adha prayer at Ibrahim-al-Ibrahim Mosque during the first day of Eid Al-Adha in Gibraltar, British overseas territory in southern Europe on September 1, 2017. (Photo by Josep Vecino/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images)
        • 9Abidjan - Côte d'Ivoire
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          A man carries a sheep during the Eid al-Adha celebrations in the Adjame district of Abidjan on September 1, 2017. Muslims across the world are preparing to celebrate the annual holiday of Eid al-Adha, or the Festival of Sacrifice, by visiting the tombs of their loved ones and slaughtering sheep, goats, cows and camels, marking the end of the Hajj pilgrimage to Mecca and in commemoration of Prophet Abraham's readiness to sacrifice his son, Ismail, on God's command. / AFP PHOTO / Sia KAMBOU (Photo credit should read SIA KAMBOU/AFP/Getty Images)
        • 10Salé - Maroc
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          SALE, MOROCCO - SEPTEMBER 01: Muslims gather to perform the Eid Al-Adha prayer in Sale, Morocco on September 01, 2017. Muslims worldwide celebrate Eid Al-Adha, to commemorate the holy Prophet Ibrahim’s (Prophet Abraham) readiness to sacrifice his son as a sign of his obedience to God, during which they sacrifice permissible animals, generally goats, sheep, and cows. Eid-al Adha is the one of two most important holidays in the Islamic calendar, with prayers and the ritual sacrifice of animals. (Photo by Jalal Morchidi/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images)
        • 11Sarajevo - Bosnie
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          SARAJEVO, BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA - SEPTEMBER 01: A boy poses as Muslims celebrate Eid Al-Adha after performing prayer at Gazi Husrev-beg Mosque in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina on September 01, 2017. Muslims worldwide celebrate Eid Al-Adha, to commemorate the holy Prophet Ibrahim’'s (Prophet Abraham) readiness to sacrifice his son as a sign of his obedience to God, during which they sacrifice permissible animals, generally goats, sheep, and cows. Eid-al Adha is the one of two most important holidays in the Islamic calendar, with prayers and the ritual sacrifice of animals. (Photo by Mustafa Ozturk/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images)
        • 12Narathiwat - Thaïlande
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          A Child holds on to a man during morning prayers in the Eid al-Adha festival in Thailand's southern province of Narathiwat on September 1, 2017. Muslims across the world are preparing to celebrate the annual festival of Eid al-Adha, or the Festival of Sacrifice, which marks the end of the Hajj pilgrimage to Mecca and commemorates Prophet Abraham's readiness to sacrifice his son to show obedience to God / AFP PHOTO / Madaree TOHLALA (Photo credit should read MADAREE TOHLALA/AFP/Getty Images)
        • 13Saint-Petersbourg - Russie
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          SAINT-PETERSBURG, RUSSIA - SEPTEMBER 01: Muslims perform the Eid Al-Adha prayer at Quarter Mosque in St. Petersburg, Russia on September 01, 2017. Muslims worldwide celebrate Eid Al-Adha, to commemorate the holy Prophet Ibrahim’'s (Prophet Abraham) readiness to sacrifice his son as a sign of his obedience to God, during which they sacrifice permissible animals, generally goats, sheep, and cows. Eid-al Adha is the one of two most important holidays in the Islamic calendar, with prayers and the ritual sacrifice of animals. (Photo by Sergey Mihailicenko/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images)
        • 14Kaboul - Afghanistan
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          KABUL, AFGHANISTAN - SEPTEMBER 01: Muslims greet each other as they gather to perform the Eid Al-Adha prayer at Shah E Doshamshira Mosque in Kabul, Afghanistan on September 01, 2017. Muslims worldwide celebrate Eid Al-Adha, to commemorate the holy Prophet Ibrahim’s (Prophet Abraham) readiness to sacrifice his son as a sign of his obedience to God, during which they sacrifice permissible animals, generally goats, sheep, and cows. Eid-al Adha is the one of two most important holidays in the Islamic calendar, with prayers and the ritual sacrifice of animals. (Photo by Haroon Sabawoon/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images)
        • 15Caire - Egypt
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          CAIRO, EGYPT - SEPTEMBER 1: Egyptian Muslims arrive to perform the Eid Al-Adha (Feast of Sacrifice) prayer at Amr bin As Mosque in Cairo, Egypt on September 1, 2017. Muslims worldwide celebrate Eid Al-Adha, to commemorate the holy Prophet Ibrahim’s (Prophet Abraham) readiness to sacrifice his son as a sign of his obedience to God, during which they sacrifice permissible animals, generally goats, sheep, and cows. Eid-al Adha is the one of two most important holidays in the Islamic calendar, with prayers and the ritual sacrifice of animals. (Photo by Mostafa El Shemy/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images)
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