Hello, everyone, I want to send the warmest greetings to everyone celebrating Eid here in the United States and around the world. Eid is a time of family, forgiveness, generosity and most of all, joy. Our colorful festivals and lively celebrations remind us of the beauty and possibility that can come after times of suffering, that when we come together in love, there is always hope on the horizon. This year, for the second year, so many families will spend these holy days apart. But apart or together, we can see the spirit of this day in the millions of Muslim Americans who make our country stronger every day, including so many courageous front line workers. Our Muslim communities are part of a cherished part of an American family. You've helped to found and build our nation in the values of the Quran, love, mercy, faith, charity, good works and peace are woven into our history. All people should be able to practice their faith with dignity, without fear of harassment or violence. We will defend the right of all as we stand with you. That's why I ended the shameful Muslim travel ban. And that's why this administration will speak out for religious freedom for all people, including Uyghurs in China and Rohingya in Burma. We also believe Palestinians and Israelis equally deserve to live in safety and security and enjoy equal measure of freedom, prosperity and democracy. And my administration is going to continue to engage Palestinians and Israelis and other regional partners to work towards sustained calm. And in the tradition of Eid, we remain mindful of all those struggling around the world. We're keeping the people of India, including its Muslim communities, in our hearts as they confront the devastation of this pandemic. The United States will continue to support India in its fight against COVID-19. The Holy Quran speaks of Noor, the divine light of the heavens and earth, which illuminates our path forward. As we rebuild from this difficult time, may we be guided by that light. And no matter how you're celebrating this year, may the doors of happiness and prosperity to be open to you. Together, I know we'll reach our next Ramadan stronger than ever when Jill and I look forward to welcoming you to the White House to celebrate together. Eid Mubarak.