- Canadian PM needs Muslims a blessed Ramadan.
- Says the pandemic will not cease individuals from celebrating the values on the coronary heart of Islam and Ramadan.
- Says brighter days are forward, vaccines are right here, so everybody ought to get inoculated when their flip comes.
OTTAWA, ONTARIO: The Prime Minister of Canada Justin Trudeau on Tuesday morning wished Muslims a really completely satisfied Ramadan.
Taking to Twitter, the Canadian PM shared a video message through which he mentioned that whereas COVID-19 could hold individuals from gathering in individual this Ramadan, it may possibly’t cease Muslims from celebrating the values on the coronary heart of Islam.
“To everyone doing that at home and online, Sophie and I are wishing you peace and happiness. Ramadan Mubarak!” PM Trudeau wrote.
He additional mentioned that some individuals [belonging to the Islamic faith] can be working as frontline and important staff whereas fasting, whereas others shall be feeling alone and remoted.
“I know this is difficult, but while the pandemic may keep us from being together in person, it won’t stop us from celebrating the values at the heart of Islam and Ramadan,” he mentioned.
“Values like compassion, gratitude, and generosity, and putting the needs of others before our own.”
The PM additional mentioned that “these values have helped get Canadians through these challenging times,” including that brighter days are forward, vaccines are right here, so everybody ought to get inoculated when their flip comes.
“Remember to keep following your local public health guidelines.”