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Official Name: Arab Republic of Egypt.
Capital: Cairo (Al Qahirah)
Eid means celebration. There are two official Eids in Islam and they are Eid al-fitr (Celebration of the feast of breaking fast at the end of Ramadhan) and Eid al-Adhha.
Eid Al Fitr (عيد الفطر)
Eid al-Fitr roughly translates to 'the celebration of the end of fasting'. Muslims fast during the Islamic month of Ramadhan and they conclude this month with a three day celebratory holiday, an Eid, known as Eid al-Fitr.
Eid Mubarak (عيد مبارك)
Means 'Happy Eid'. Eid is the Muslim celebration that happens when the month of fasting, Ramadhan, ends.
The translation above is innacurate but gives the general intention of the phraze. Literally translated it would be '(Have a) blessed Celebration'.
Manifestation (expressing in a visible form.
Emel means hope.
The word eshel (pronounced es,hel not esh,el) is derived from the word sehil, which means easy. Eshel means 'easier'.
Union or the uniting of two or more things together, usually used in referring to the uniting of organisations.