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Cambridge Here is President Donald Trump Ramadan Message 2020!

Cambridge Here is President Donald Trump Ramadan Message 2020!

USA president wishes Ramadan Mubarak to all the Muslims in USA and around the world..

  • Posted on: 24 April 2020


President Donald Trump Ramadan Message (TR MES 123-1.jpg)!

Donald Trump USA President
For millions around the globe, this holy month is an opportunity to renew and strengthen their faith through rigorous fasting, devout prayer, reflective meditation, reading the Quran, and charitable deeds. These acts are closely aligned with the universal values that the Islamic faith promotes—peace, kindness, and love and respect for others.
Over the past months, we have seen how important the power of prayer can be during challenging times. Today, as the holy month of Ramadan commences, I pray that those who are observing this sacred time find comfort and reassurance in their faith.
Ramadan Mubarak.

This is a great message in which USA president wishes Ramadan Mubarak to all the Muslims in USA and around the world. While he also believes in the power of praying during this pandemic. May Allah bless all humanity with health in this Holy Month.

Speaker Nancy Pelosi Statement on the Beginning of Ramadan


Washington, D.C. – Speaker Nancy Pelosi released the following statement in recognition of the Holy month of Ramadan:

“For millions of Muslim families in America and around the world, the Holy Month of Ramadan is a special season of prayer, spiritual renewal and joy. This month offers all Muslims a time of peaceful reflection and an opportunity to proudly celebrate cultural and religious traditions.

“This month offers us all a chance to celebrate the innumerable contributions that Muslim Americans have made to our nation and reaffirm our shared commitment to advance the bedrock values of liberty, diversity and freedom of religion that unite our communities. For generations, Muslim Americans’ hard work, entrepreneurial spirit and dedicated, patriotic service have strengthened and enriched the beautiful fabric of our nation and, in the process, made America more American.

“As we begin this Holy Month, our nation and the world confront a historic health and economic crisis. During this challenging time, all Americans give thanks for our heroic frontline workers, including countless Muslim Americans, who are risking their lives and are separated from their families in order to keep our communities safe and healthy. In the spirit of this Holy Season, we must all join our Muslim friends and neighbors to pray for the well-being of our communities and a year ahead filled with the blessings of health, happiness and the love of our families. Ramadan Mubarak.”

Former VP Joe Biden
Ramadan Message

As Muslim families across America and around the world celebrate the beginning of Ramadan, Jill and I want to extend our best wishes to all who are observing this holy month.

Americans of all backgrounds have come to respect the discipline and values of Ramadan. We have stood in awe of athletes like Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and Ibtihaj Muhammad as they abstained from food and drink during the heat of competition. We have seen Muslims give generously to strengthen our communities and lift up the most marginalized among us. Above all, we have felt the sense of unity, joy, and deep reflection that this month creates for our Muslim friends and neighbors.

We know that Ramadan will feel different this year. The global pandemic and public health necessities will mean friends and family cannot come together for nightly iftar dinners, gather for communal prayers in mosques, and organize charitable activities in the community. But we also know that it is ultimately spiritual proximity — and not merely physical proximity — that makes Ramadan meaningful to those who observe. Muslim American community leaders are adapting — convening virtual mosques and hosting online iftars, channeling their charitable efforts toward those hit hardest by this crisis, praying for and honoring the lives of all those who have been lost. Perhaps most remarkably, despite the physical challenges that can come with fasting, Muslims will keep doing what they have been doing before and during this pandemic: leading on the frontlines every day as doctors, nurses, first responders, scientists, small business owners, retail workers, and more. Their service to our nation is and has always been essential, in every sense of the word.

Yet even as they put their lives on the line to help their fellow Americans endure this crisis, I know that our Muslim neighbors also frequently suffer from vicious attacks and discrimination. Bigotry and ignorance have always been with us — and I strongly believe that it is one of the chief moral responsibilities of our leaders to root out and allay those sentiments rather than fan the flames of hate. I stand steadfastly with Muslim Americans against insidious and un-American actions like the Muslim Ban. In a country made strong by diversity and replenished by wave after wave of immigrants, nothing could be more antithetical to our values than government-sponsored discrimination.

During this month of reflection, my heart goes out to the millions of Muslim families around the world suffering conflict, oppression, displacement, and poverty — simply because of their faith — in China, in South Asia, across the Middle East, and elsewhere. And, like people of every faith, Muslims in America and around the world now have to cope with the uncertainty and disruption caused by the coronavirus. At this moment of global crisis, it is more important than ever to recommit to our common humanity and the dignity of all people.

Next year, we hope that Muslim Americans will gather together once again to celebrate and pray alongside friends and neighbors during Ramadan. And if I have the honor of being elected President, the annual White House Eid celebration will be reinstated, and the doors of the White House will reopen as a home for all Americans — and a workplace made stronger by the contributions and ideas of Muslim public servants. Until we are able to come together again, Jill and I wish Muslim families Ramadan Mubarak, and all our best wishes for the holy month ahead.

Recognizing American Muslims’ History and Contribution to Our Nationa
The US Council of Muslim Organizations (USCMO) applauds Congresswoman Judy Chu (CA) for introducing H. Res. 276, a Resolution Recognizing the History of American Muslims and Their Contributions to Our Nation.

Several members of the U.S. House of representatives have co-sponsored the resolution. See list of the co-sponsors here.
TAKE ACTION: Urge your Representative to Support H. Res. 276. Click Here.

Prime Minister Trudeau of Canada delivers a message on Ramadan

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