Biden, in his written statement, celebrated Eid al-Adha to Muslims in the USA and all over the world.
Stating that Eid traditions and Hajj rituals are an opportunity for Muslims to refresh their faith and are a reminder of the common roots of the monotheistic religions, Biden said, “The act of sharing sacrifices with those with less income to serve Allah reflects our word of overcoming the challenges our world faces today, all together.” he commented she.
Pointing out that Muslims were able to perform their Hajj rituals for the first time in the post-epidemic period despite the ongoing Covid-19 measures, Biden said, “With this, let us once again renew our motto of working for peace, protecting the needy, pursuing more equality and opportunities.” he said she.
Stating that Muslim Americans play a leading role in helping the needy in the USA, Biden said, “Me and my wife, Jill, wish all Muslims a pleasant Eid. Happy Eid, may your Hajj be accepted.” she used the terms she.