Leaders across the world share their Ramadan greetings


Leaders from the world shared their Ramadan greetings for all the Muslims in the world. Ramadan was started today in America, United Arab Emirates (UAE), Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA), Brunei, Thailand, Singapore and other countries however, Muslims of Pakistan and India will keep their first fast tomorrow on Tuesday.

U.S. President Barack Obama said, “Here in the US, we are blessed with Muslim communities as diverse as our nation itself. There are those whose heritage can be traced back to the very beginning of our nation, as well as those who have only just arrived. For many, this month is an opportunity to focus on reflection and spiritual growth, forgiveness, patience and resilience, compassion for those less fortunate, and unity across communities.”

PTI Vice chairman Shah Mahmood Qureshi said, “ Mubarak to Muslims across the world. May Allah shower His countless blessings upon us during this Holy month.”

Tahir ul Qadri said, “Traders & shopkeepers should shun excessive profit-making and become deserving of Allah’s mercy. I congratulate the whole Muslim community around the world and people of Pakistan on the advent of the holy month of Ramadan.”

Hillary Clinton said, “As we begin Ramadan, I wish all Muslims a blessed time of reflection, family, and good health. Ramadan Mubarak. -H.”

Justin Trudeau said, “My best wishes for a blessed and peaceful holy month of . Ramadan Mubarak!”

Insaf Student Federation (ISF) Pakistan’s President, Chaudery Arslan greeted all Muslims, “Ramadan Mubarak to everyone.May Allah guide us on right Path and give us more courage to serve humanity & to share happiness all around.”





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