On Wednesday, a statement from US government released on the night of Ramadan where President Joe Biden acknowledged Uyghur Muslims in China and Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar for unity in a Ramadan message to American Muslims.
“Together with our partners, the United States stands in solidarity with Muslims who continue to face oppression- including Uyghurs in the People’s Republic of China, Rohingya in Burma, and other Muslim communities facing persecution around the world,” the statement said.
During this sacred time of reflection, the United States also reaffirms our support to Muslim communities suffering hardships and devastation,” the statement said.
“We will continue to stand with the people of Turkiye and Syria-who have lost many loved ones during the recent devastating earthquakes-and with the people of Pakistan, who are rebuilding their lives following last summer’s floods.”
“Today especially, we remember the universal human right to practice, pray, and preach our faiths peacefully and openly, ” the statement adds.