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John Kerry's Ramadan Greetings

Discussion in 'Free-For-All Archives' started by LadyEagle, Oct 18, 2004.

  1. LadyEagle

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    Sunday, October 17, 2004
    Statement by John Kerry on the Beginning of Ramadan


    Source: JohnKerry.com
    For Immediate Release

    Ramadan Greetings from John Kerry and John Edwards

    Milwaukee, WI - John Kerry issued the following statement today as Muslims
    across America and around the world mark the beginning of Ramadan:

    "I send my sincere greetings to Muslims across America and around the world
    who are beginning the fast for the holy month of Ramadan 1425.

    "During this month of charity and reflection, we join you in praying for
    peace and understanding. American Muslims span nearly every culture and
    race and we honor and recognize the valuable contributions that Muslim
    Americans have made to our nation.

    "Freedom of religion is a founding principle of our nation. American
    society and democracy are stronger when we welcome people of all faiths and
    traditions. America needs people of goodwill, and conscience, to come
    together and promote peace, as Islam teaches. True understanding and real
    progress can only come about when we are all willing to look beyond our
    differences and embrace our common humanity."

    http://www.cair-net.org/asp/article.asp?id=34911&page=NB
     
  2. poncho

    poncho Well-Known Member

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    Nice speech for a global socialist. How long do you suppose Mr. Kerry spends much time at night studying the teachings of Islam?

    "True understanding and real progress can only come about when we are all willing to look beyond our differences and embrace our common humanity."

    In other words national soveriegnty has got to go.
     
  3. Songbird

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    Yeah, nice speech. I think he's like Clinton--he's going to saddle up to the most popular crowd at the moment. Clinton was buddy/buddy w/homosexuals while trying the be buddy/buddy w/Christians and claiming to be one himself--Christian--that is! lol
     
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