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Bidan will celebrate the end of Ramadan tactfully

Bidan will celebrate the end of Ramadan tactfully

Joe Biden has already been cleared to run for a second term during the February primaries in predominantly Muslim Michigan.
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Joe Biden, widely criticized by the Muslim community in America for his support of the Israeli offensive in Gaza, will not host a public reception for Ramadan this year, unlike he did in 2022 and 2023, a spokesman said on Tuesday. The President of the United States is one in the afternoon “Work Meeting” with “Leaders of the Muslim Community”He insisted that there should be a meeting “Private”Karine Jean-Pierre pointed out during a press conference.

After this meeting, 81-year-old Democrat A “small” Breaking fast with Muslim members of his administration, he said. “This follows the request of the members of the (Muslim) community, this is what they wanted and we understand”said the speaker.

Biden has already been admitted

In 2022, as in 2023, Joe Biden welcomed several hundred guests to the White House for Eid, the holiday that ends Islam's holy month, and delivered a speech each time. A starkly different atmosphere prevailed this year within the American Muslim community, which was not outraged by the president's policies in the Middle East.

Joe Biden is accused by many Muslims and Arab-Americans of contributing to the suffering of Palestinians in Gaza by providing almost unconditional support for Israel. Wherever he travels, protesters gather with signs calling for him “Genocide”.

Joe Biden has already been cleared to run for a second term during the February primaries in predominantly Muslim Michigan. Tens of thousands of voters in this state in the Great Lakes region, which is sure to be decisive in November's presidential election, cast blank ballots in protest.

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