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Ramadan: This is the Message of President Donald Trump to Morocco’s King Mohamed VI

US President Donald Trump sent a message to his Moroccan counterpart, King Mohamed VI on behalf of all the American people and on his own behalf his best wishes on this holiday of the end of the month Ramadan: ” As we celebrate the end of the month of Ramadan, we meditated on the sacred tradition of helping neighbors and breaking up the young with people from all walks of life, a tradition based on Islam’s tradition of justice and compassion, “said President Trump before continuing.

” Eid is a reminder of the responsibility to comfort one another in the spirit of friendship and to create a society in which everyone can reach their full potential,  ” he says.

Donald Trump also extended his wishes of health and prosperity to Muslims around the world, highlighting the “essential contributions” made by American Muslims who have ” served honorably ” in the armed forces of the country ” which brings together many religions “.

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”  His Majesty King Mohammed VI, May God Assist Him, had today a telephone interview with the coach of the national football team, Mr. Hervé Renard, as well as with the team captain, Mr. Mehdi Benattia,  “says the Royal Cabinet via a statement.

A few hours earlier, it was King Mohamed VI who addressed the national team of Morocco taking part in the World Cup taking place in Russia.

” Mohamed VI has transmitted to all the members and supervisors of the national football team the wishes of the Sovereign and the entire People of Morocco for their success, in view of the holding of the football world cup in Russia  “, the statement said.

” He reiterated on this occasion, to the national team, his full support and encouragement in this important international competition  “, is it still indicated.

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