Nesma seif write
President Donald Trump hosted his second annual iftar dinner
Monday night at the White House and said it’s “been a very rough time” for Muslims around the world.
The dinner, which breaks the daily fast of Ramadan for Muslims around the world, was attended by various Muslim diplomatic leaders. He cited the devastating attacks on Muslims killed in New Zealand, Sri Lanka, California and Pittsburgh.
“In their blessed memory, we resolve to defeat the evils of terrorism,” he said.