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    July 31, 2020 holiday for Eidul Adha in the Philippines

    MANILA, Philippines – The Malacañang Palace finally announced on Thursday the proclamation declaring a regular holiday throughout the country for Eidul Adha or "Feast of Sacrifice," which likely to fall on Friday, July 31, 2020.
    Is July 31, 2020 holiday for Eidul Adha in the Philippines?

    July 30 Update: Palace declares July 31, 2020 a regular holiday for Eid’l Adha.

    July 29 Update: Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque asks the public to wait for the official announcement on expected holiday this Friday, July 31 for Eid al-Adha.

    Saudi Arabia's Um al-Qura calendar marks Eidul Adha 2020 Muslim Festival in the last week of July, with the official date and confirmation to be announced by the High Judicial Court (HJC) after the moon sighting.


    Note that for Eid al-Fitr (Feast of Ramadan), with projection either on May 24 or 25, the Philippine government declared regular holiday on the second day of the calculated date.

    Due to coronavirus pandemic and restrictions on religious activities, observance of Eidul Adha this year will be different to prevent spread of the disease.

    Eid al-Adha, one of largest religious festivals for Muslims worldwide, marks the willingness of Ibrahim (also known as Abraham) to sacrifice his son Ishmael (Ismail or Ismael) as an act of obedience to God, before God then intervened, to provide him with a sheep to sacrifice instead.

    In the Philippines, Republic Act (RA) 9849 signed in 2009 says the tenth day of Dhu al-Hijjah or the twelfth month of the Islamic Calendar, is hereby declared as a national holiday for the observance of Eidul Adha.

    According to Proclamation No. 845 for the nationwide holidays for the year 2020, the National Commission on Muslim Filipinos (NCMF) shall inform the Office of the President of the actual date of Eidul Adha on which this holiday shall fall.

    SEE ALSO: Regular, Special Holidays in the Philippines 2020

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    1. Ang tagal naman mag-announce eh 4 days from now 31 na

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    2. Right, other countries already announced their holiday on Friday. Most likely we will follow them, mangongopya na nga lang late pah

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    3. Kuya dudz la na ne lodz

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    4. Si Isaac ang in-offer hindi si Ishmael according to the Bible.

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      1. The holiday is Feast of Sacrifice by our brother Muslims. Hence, the feast is based on their Quoran (Koran - bible of Muslims) it was Ishmael. But according to Christian Bible, it was Isaac. Their statement above regarding the Feast of Sacrifice is based on the Muslim Traditions. Be informed.

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      2. Sa Bible si Isaac talaga, pero sa mga Muslim si Ishmael, Di talaga po magtutugma, di naman iisa ang Diyos nating mga Christian sa dios ng Muslim e

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    5. meron napo ba announcement or proclamation?

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    6. Wala pa rin bang announcement

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    7. wrong site kayo, mga dilawan

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      1. WALA PA PO BANG DECLARATION? KAILANGAN PO KASI NA MA INFORM ANG MGA EMPLOYEES EARLIER??

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    9. ANTAGAL IANNOUNCE KUPAD TALAGA. LIBO LIBO NA TULOY MAY COVID DAPAT MAAGA NAGQUARANTINE AT DI NA PINAPASOK MGA INTSIK NA NAGSIMULA NG COVID DITO HYPE NA YAN!!! TUTA NG TSINA

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    10. Announcement please........we need declaration memo to release on our employees. Thanks much & God bless!

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    11. Tulog pa po si Dudz. Antay lang

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    12. sa Aug 1 pa daw ang announcement

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    13. Possible ba na di nila iannounce ito as holiday. Gosh. Why it takes too loongg

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    14. Holiday ba sa friday, July 31, 2020?

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    15. Nakakapag taka tlga bakit kailangan pang antayin ang paglabas ng buwan kung na-compute na ng mga scientist ang galaw ng buwan ng advanced pa ng 100+ yrs. Di nman po mysterious ang location at movement ng buwan sa mundo diba??? ������ Akala ko mga Arabs ang nagimbento ng Algebra pero simple computation ng location ng buwan di nila ma-compute???

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    16. Good day, please po paki announce na, as we need to advice our clients about closing of offices and also for our management to release memos for us employees as well

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    17. The National Commission on Muslim Filipinos already submitted a memo to Malacanang dated July 6, 2020 recommending July 31st as a holiday, bakit until now wala pa din proclamation from the palace? :/

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    18. parang response lang yan sa pandemic eh. ultimo memo LATE!!!
      ano na?? gising gising huy!!!

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    19. Wala pa rin po bang proclamation?

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    20. waiting for the announcement if Friday is official holiday .

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    21. wala p po b latest update or announcement?



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    22. 2:58 wala pa rin hays

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    23. 3:08PM wala pa rin?

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    24. 11:59pm of thursday daw po lalabas ang proclamation kaya maghintay kayo.

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    25. Kelan kaya official declaration? baka sabado na?

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    26. wala pa rin takes too long waiting kami ..

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    27. Still waiting for the announcement kaya hindi pa ma finalize ang roster ng mga staff. Ang tagaaaaaaaalllll

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    28. Tagal di gaya nung Eid'l Fitr May 19 pa lang meron na.

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    29. anuna bat antagal?????

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    30. My Gosh! why soooo tagal, how can we plan ahead?? Employees and clients are waiting for the announcement

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    31. still no announcement ? omg please announcement it .

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    32. Waiting for the announcement...

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    33. Kukunin nyo Globe and Smart dahil mabagal tapos kayo mas mabagal pa mag announce...

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    34. ano na kelan na iannounce yan? sa friday na ba mismo? kaloka

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    35. wla pa rin po bang proclamation? 3 days work na lang kasi kami..we need to know kung holiday na ba talaga ang friday para po ma filan namin ng VL or SIL ang thursday.

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    36. Announcement na please po. Ang tagal mag announce. Need ma inform ang client and employees po. Salamat

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    37. AWIIIIITTTTT!!!!

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    38. please no work no pay kami before holiday!

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    39. For sure, July 31 na sila mag announce ng holiday. Hahahaha

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    40. waiting in vain .... Bka tomorrow na siguro mag announce to ..hihihihi

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    41. STILL WAITING FOR UPDATES

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    42. Baka sa Saturday na iannounce Hahaha

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    43. This should have been announced sooner! All of our employees are asking me already if may pasok or wla. Can't even announce if mag civilian or uniform pa rin kami bukas sa office. Mga 100 plus employees namin nakaabang sa announcement niyo!

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    44. Wala pa rin bang announcement? Ang tagal naman....

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    45. Nobayan. wala pa??

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    46. wew, ba't antagal!

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    47. wala pa din announcement mga ma'am/sir?

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    48. Ano na? Bakit ang tagal? Bukas na ung holiday. Why it takes so long? Madaming naghhihintay

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    49. waiting for announcement.

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    50. Dutz ano na? Mag dedeclare ka pa ba? Demonyo lang ba talaga pinaniniwalaan mo?

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    51. Non-Muslims lang holiday - stay at home. Muslims hindi holiday, no celebrations allowed.

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    52. The government is always late! Nakakahiya na to! How are we going to plan ahead of time e wala na! Nakakabadtrip na talaga!

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      1. Wala sa kanila yung bola. Sila din nag aantay kung kailan matatanggap yung memo

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      2. kanino manggagaling memo?

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      3. The National Commission on Muslim Filipinos already submitted a memo to Malacanang dated July 6, 2020 recommending July 31st as a holiday.

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    53. Is there an announcement regarding july 31?

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    54. Tulog pa Duts mamayang 11 p.m. pa yan mag aannounce hahaha...

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    55. any announcement po re: holiday for July 31.. Salamat

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    56. Holiday ba tomorrow or not? paki announce naman.

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    57. yawa na Holiday! wag na kayong magholiday...nimal...

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    58. shete nman bukas na ang holiday
      Wala pang announcement ..
      sana man lang 1 week before meron na

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    59. May memo na po ba?

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    60. Mag aannounce ng holiday kapag tapos na ang araw

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    61. I'll get back to this later. Magdeclare man o hindi, naka-holiday mode na ako.
      What takes them so long? Mas mabuti nga na holiday para stay at home, mababawasan mga tao sa labas.(or maybe not. haha)

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    62. Nasa inquirer na pero wala pa sa Official Gazette

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    63. May tinitinda po akong facemask at face shield. Reply na lang po sa interested.

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    64. I am assuming may pasok pa rin tomorrow since till today hindi pa sila nag aannounce.

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    65. Announcement pleeeaaassseeeee!!!

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    66. nagpost na sa gma news wala daw pasok tom. check their fb page.

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    67. Declared na po ng Palace, ngayon lang... (super late)

      (July 31, a holiday nationwide for eidul adha 2020.)


      After 48 Years... sa wakas..!

      Salamat Shopee..!! lol

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    68. MANILA-- President Rodrigo Duterte has declared Friday, July 31, a regular holiday in observance of Eid al-Adha or the Muslim Feast of Sacrifice.

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    69. san site po naka post ang holiday? para maprint po namin at mapasa sa hr namin salamat po.

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    70. See post in inquirer.net. declaired as holiday.

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    71. https://newsinfo.inquirer.net/1314317/fwd-palace-july-31-a-regular-holiday-for-eidl-adha

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    72. https://www.officialgazette.gov.ph/downloads/2020/07jul/20200729-PROC-985-RRD.pdf

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