President on the Occasion of Eid-ul-Fitr
As Muslims throughout the United States and around the world celebrate Eid-al-Fitr, Michelle and I extend our warmest wishes to them and their families. This last month has been a time of fasting, reflection, spiritual renewal, and service to the less fortunate. While Eid marks the completion of Ramadan, it also celebrates the common values that unite us in our humanity and reinforces the obligations that people of all faiths have to each other, especially those impacted by poverty, conflict, and disease.
In the United States, Eid also reminds us of the many achievements and contributions of Muslim Americans to building the very fabric of our nation and strengthening the core of our democracy. That is why we stand with people of all faiths, here at home and around the world, to protect and advance their rights to prosper, and we welcome their commitment to giving back to their communities.
On behalf of the Administration, we wish Muslims in the United States and around the world a blessed and joyous celebration. Eid Mubarak.
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Kid’s Adorable Note Shows The True Meaning Of Ramadan
A Reddit user found a note outside his university which shows the real meaning of the holy month of Ramadan. It was shared with the explanation, “Kid’s note about Ramadan – found outside my uni. I am not Muslim but this made my day.”
“Hi my name is Riaz and I’m nine years old and in my religion we have this thing called Ramadan. I thought because it’s a special month I should give supplies to all you people in need,” it said.
Commenters applauded the kid’s intentions, writing, “Great kid. But a better upbringing. Alhamdullilah for having such wonderful parents,” and “Good on him and thank you for posting it.”
The note shows how people can share their own faith traditions with others by explaining them with a spirit of good will.
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Quran Recitation & Islamic Studies Weekly Study Group
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Topics vary from week to week.
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