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They are Bajrami i Madh (the Great Bayram, ‘Id al-Fitr) celebrated at the end of Ramadan and Kurban Bajrami or Bajrami i Vogël (Qurban Bayram or Little Bayram, ‘Id al-Adha) celebrated on 10 Dhu’l Hijja. Apart from the Bayrams, Sunni Muslims celebrate the month of Ramadan and five especially sacred nights. 23 Apart from the Sunni festivals, the Albanian state recognises as a national holiday the ‘Day of Sultan Nawruz’ on 22 March, celebrated by the Bektashis in memory of the birth of Imam Ali. In addition, Bektashis keep the day of ‘Ashura in memory of the massacre at Karbala, and some other local festivals such as their pilgrimages to local saints’ shrines and tombs.

1), the state pays for Islamic education in state schools. Islamic education is taught in Austria in 2,109 schools by 381 teachers. There are eight inspectors who control and supervise the teachers in schools. The Religionsunterrichtsgesetz of 1949 (with additions and renewals) says that religious education (§ 2. (1)) is conducted in cooperation with and under the supervision of the specific recognised religious community. The curricula for religious education (hours of teaching and content) are announced by the federal minister but recognised religious communities have responsibility for content (Art § 7 d).

15 Apart from the officially recognised organisations, a number of others are also active. The most important is the Sufi Union “Drita Hyjnore” (Divine Light) which is an umbrella organisation for the Sufi tariqas of Rifa’is, Qadiris, Sa’dis, Khalwatis and Tijanis. The Muslim Forum of Albania (Rruga Sami Frasheri, P. 20/3, Ap. org) was established in 2005 as a lay Muslim organisation with the aim of combatting racism, Islamophobia and xenophobia. 4 Mosques and Prayer Houses In 2007, the Muslim Community of Albania reported that some 498 mosques existed in the country.

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