In his Ramadan wishes, US President Biden pledges to stand with Muslims

Lahore, 13th April: US President Joe Biden conveyed his best wishes to the Muslims in America and other parts of the country at the arrival of Ramadan.

According to reports, Joe Biden and his wife Jill Biden heartily congratulated the Muslim community in the United States and Muslims around the world on the arrival of the holy month of Ramadan.

In a statement released by the US President, he sent best wishes to the Muslims and condemned the attacks on Muslims living in America.
The president shared the message on his official Twitter account:

Biden wrote, “As the crescent moon ushers in the month, Jill and I send our warmest greetings and best wishes to Muslim communities in the United States and around the world. Ramadan Kareem.”

Biden’s message came on the night of the first of Ramadan when Muslims in the country performed their first Taraweeh prayers.

Biden highlighted the achievements made by the American Muslims in the battle against the pandemic, their role in vaccine development and Muslims serving diligently as healthcare workers.

He started by recalling the difficult year America and other parts of the world experienced due to the coronavirus pandemic.

“In this pandemic, friends and loved ones cannot yet gather together in celebration and congregation, and far too many families will sit down for iftar with loved ones missing,” he wrote.

He added that American Muslims are targeted by hate crimes and bullying, these acts are wrong and must be put to an end.

Biden stated that this year due to the coronavirus pandemic, Muslims can not celebrate Ramadan and Eid with their loved ones. He expressed that he and his wife Jill look forward to resuming the traditional Eid celebrations at the White House soon.

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