Eid Mubarak: Celebrating With Our Friends and Partners Around the World

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Overhead view of rows of people dressed in formal religious attire, bowing heads to the ground on mats.
Worshipers in New York’s East Harlem neighborhood take part in the traditional annual prayer commemorating the end of Ramadan in front of the Masjid Aqsa-Salam mosque.

Eid Mubarak: Celebrating With Our Friends and Partners Around the World

On June 14, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo extended his best wishes to our Muslim friends and partners celebrating Eid al-Fitr, marking the end of Ramadan. "Eid al-Fitr reminds all of us in the United States and abroad, Muslims and non-Muslims alike, to maintain the spirit and lessons of Ramadan throughout the year: to promote peace, to be of service to those who are suffering and displaced, to respect diversity, and to empathize with everyone around us," Secretary Pompeo said.

As we mark this holiday, here's a look at how some of our embassies and consulates around the world have celebrated the month of Ramadan and Eid al-Fitr:

U.S. Embassy in Morocco

 

U.S. Embassy in Libya

U.S. Consulate General Erbil in Iraq

 

U.S. Embassy in Pakistan

 

U.S. Embassy in Albania

 

U.S. Embassy in Mali

 

U.S. Embassy in Jordan

U.S. Embassy in United Arab Emirates

 

U.S. Embassy in Singapore

Editor’s Note: This entry also appears in the U.S. Department of State’s publication on Medium.