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Australian High-Commissioner wishes Pakistan Ramzan Mubarak


Islamabad, 2 April 2022 (TDI): Joanne Frederiksen, Australia’s Acting High Commissioner to Pakistan, wished Ramzan Mubarak to all Muslims in Pakistan, Australia, and throughout the world.

This year, the month of Ramazan will start on the 3rd of April in Pakistan. The date varies for different countries around the world. In some countries, it started on the 2nd of April and in others on the 3rd.

In her special message, extending her greetings to the Muslims, she said, “As Muslims in Pakistan, back home in Australia, and across the world begin the holy month of Ramadan I want to wish you all Ramadan Kareem.

Ramadan with its daily iftars and sehris is a month-long opportunity for people and communities to come together in peace, a spirit of equality and respect. It’s a time to reflect on the values of compassion, charity, and selflessness. Values that unite us all.
Pakistan has a rich tradition of celebrating religious and cultural festivals, bringing together neighbors, friends, and colleagues with warm hospitality – which everyone, including many Australians visiting Pakistan during the Australia-Pakistan cricket series, has experienced.

This Ramadan, I want to highlight the valuable contributions that Australian Muslims, including many Pakistanis, make to Australian society. Australia is home to more than 600,000 Muslims from all over the world, including more than 80,000 Pakistanis. Our people-to-people links continue to strengthen the longstanding friendship between Australia and Pakistan.

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On behalf of the Australian Government and people, I say to you, your friends, and your relatives, Ramzan Mubarak.”


Every year, Muslims throughout the world look forward to seeing the crescent new moon, which marks the start of Ramadan, the ninth month of the Islamic calendar, and the most important month in Islamic culture. The moon-sighting committee in Saudi Arabia determines the start and conclusion of the Ramadan or Ramzan period.

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The moon is usually seen first in Saudi Arabia and portions of India and certain western nations. The remainder of India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, and other regions followed a day later.

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Aiman Iqbal
Aiman Iqbalhttps://thediplomaticinsight.com/
Aiman Iqbal is the Managing Editor at the Journal of Peace and Diplomacy published by the Institute of Peace and Diplomatic Studies (IPDS), and the Assistant Editor of The Diplomatic Insight magazine. She holds an MPhil in International Relations. She can be reached at aimaniqbal106@gmail.com

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