Father’s Day is an annual celebration held on 20 June all over the World. The aim of this day is to pay tribute to the fathers of our Society or their Role, Hard Work, and Sacrifices for their Children and Families. In Our Society, Mothers have given a bigger position than Fathers, because they give birth to children, and makes a lot of sacrifices. but this day aims to aware people of the sacrifices and Hard Work of Fathers to make their children’s lives easier, and happy. On this Day, people greet and thanks to their Fathers for raising their Children’s, and making them a good person by doing Hard Work. If, you live in Saudi Arabia, Chad, Algeria, Comoros, Eritrea, Djibouti, Egypt, Palestine, Lebanon, Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon, Kuwait, Qatar, etc and want to greet your Father on this beautiful Occasion and looking for Happy Father’s Day Messages, Greetings, Images, Quotes, Wishes in Arabic, then here you’re at the perfect platform, here we are with “Happy Father’s Day 2021 Arabic Wishes, Images, Quotes, Greetings, and Messages to Share” You can use these Arabic Wishes, Images, Quotes, Greetings, or Messages in greeting your Father through WhatsApp, Facebook, Twitter Etc.
Happy Father’s Day 2021 Wishes and Images in Arabic
To the man who became Professor Utonium to transform me into a Powerpuff Girl! Happy Father’s day Abba!
You showed me the first love, Seen me growing, From my mom’s womb, To until I stood on myself, You are so sweet Abba! Happy Father’s Day!
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Quotes and Greetings
Cheers to the man who set my standards so high that I couldn’t settle for anything but the best. Happy Father’s Day!
“Fathers just have a way of putting everything together.” —Erika Cosby
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“Fathers, be good to your daughters. You are the god and the weight of her world.” —John Mayer
“It doesn’t matter who my father was; it matters who I remember he was.” —Anne Sexton