Fwd: 1998-12-18 Presidential Message on Ramadan

Doug Henwood dhenwood at panix.com
Sat Dec 19 08:44:41 PST 1998

[They sure have a funny way of sending holiday greetings.]

Date: Fri, 18 Dec 1998 21:14 -0500 From: The White House <Publications-Admin at Pub.Pub.WhiteHouse.Gov> To: Public-Distribution at Pub.Pub.WhiteHouse.Gov Subject: 1998-12-18 Presidential Message on Ramadan Keywords: Culture,District-Of-Columbia,Mid-Atlantic-Region,President,Principal-Statement,S ocial,Topical-Remarks Document-ID: pdi://oma.eop.gov.us/1998/12/18/8.text.1 URL: http://www.pub.whitehouse.gov/uri-res/I2R?urn:pdi://oma.eop.gov.us/1998/12/18/8. text.1 Delivered-By-The-Graces-Of: White House Electronic Publications Precedence: Bulk


Office of the Press Secretary ________________________________________________________________________ For Immediate Release December 18, 1998

December 18, 1998

Warm greetings to all those observing the holy month of Ramadan.

Ramadan is a special time of reflection and renewal for Muslims aroundthe world, including the 6 million Americans who are making Islam one ofour nation's fastest-growing religions. Through fasting and devoted reading of the Koran, Muslims strengthen their faith in God and deepen thecompassion that gives their faith such dignity and power in the eyes of Muslims and non-Muslims alike. It is a time for renewing our spirituality and for recognizing our common humanity. It is a time to remember all that we have done and all that we have yet to do to make this world worthy of its Creator.

As the crescent moon rises, and the ninth month begins, Hillary joins me in extending best wishes to you and your families for health, prosperity, and happiness. May our prayers for a better world soon be answered.



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