Ramadan starts tomorrow and it is nice to see elected leaders embrace, celebrate with, and represent the people they serve.
Wishing a blessed Ramadan to Muslims observing the month at home this year. By coming together virtually, we’ll be able to stay connected and still honour the values at the heart of Islam – compassion, peace, and service to others. Ramadan Mubarak! https://t.co/sJg0aRUP0a pic.twitter.com/Bl2ESHvICH— Justin Trudeau (@JustinTrudeau) April 23, 2020
Justin Trudeau – Prime Minister of Canada
Today marks the beginning of #Ramadan for Muslims in Canada and around the world. This year, families will gather for Iftar meals virtually. Staying home will help stop the spread of COVID-19 and keep us all safe. Wishing a blessed month to everyone observing! #RamadanMubarak— Chrystia Freeland (@cafreeland) April 23, 2020
Chrystia Freeland – Deputy Prime Minsiter of Canada
Today, Muslims around the world are marking the start of the holy month of Ramadan— Jagmeet Singh (@theJagmeetSingh) April 23, 2020
On behalf of all New Democrats, I would like to wish you a rewarding month of reflection and spiritual growth
Ramadan Mubarak pic.twitter.com/hUBqNsuvHA
Jagmeet Singh – New Democratic Party leader
Ramadan Mubarak to Ontario’s Muslim community observing the holy month! Wishing you the very best for a month of fasting and prayers. Please celebrate safely and continue physical distancing. pic.twitter.com/EUvxAzm64N— Doug Ford (@fordnation) April 23, 2020
Doug Ford – Premier of Ontario
John Tory – Mayor of Toronto
7,850,605 people reported “No religious affiliation.”
I bet some of the 130,835 in “Other religions” are Jedi.