Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau congratulated Muslims in Canada and around the world on the occasion of the holy month of Ramadan on Tuesday, reflecting “on values such as compassion,…
gratitude and generosity.”
“Over the coming month, people will gather in mosques and homes to pray, fast during the day time, and in the evening break their fast and enjoy iftars together,” said Trudeau.
During his speech, the 46-year-old politician spoke about Ramadan’s values.“Ramadan reminds all of us that we can do more to put those values into practice, appreciate our many blessings and put the needs of others before our own,” he added.
The holy month of Ramadan will begin Thursday for Muslims in Canada, announced several Islamic institutes, centers and associations in the country.