Muslim ambassadors and from Muslim countries at the Afternoon dinner at the invitation of the Foreign Minister

Among the participants in the event were the Ambassador of the United Arab Emirates to Israel and the head of the Moroccan Liaison Office, who arrived in Israel recently.

Afternoon meal for Muslim ambassadors and from Muslim countries, hosted by the Foreign Minister. Foreign Ministry photo

Last night (Wednesday), Foreign Minister Gabi Ashkenazi hosted a gala dinner to end the Ramadan fast, with the participation of ambassadors, religious leaders, public figures and Muslim Foreign Ministry employees. UAE Foreign Minister, Sheikh Abdullah bin Ziad, And Bahrain’s Foreign Minister, Abdaltif to Ziani, Attended the event and congratulated Foreign Minister Ashkenazi and the participants, in a zoom conversation from Abu Dhabi and Manama. Ashkenazi: “The road to peace between us and our neighbors in the Middle East passes through each other’s consciousness. Recognition of everyone’s culture, customs, aspirations and dreams. Here, around the Apter table, we see that tradition and religion can be a factor that unites the peoples. “

Minister Ashkenazi congratulated those present on the occasion of Ramadan and emphasized the importance of the diversity of Israeli society, which is reflected in the coexistence that takes place in Israel. The Minister mentioned the manifestations of solidarity of Muslim residents in the north who offered assistance, food and even housing to the victims of the disaster in Meron, and said that such events indicate the strength of Israeli society. The Foreign Minister thanked all the countries that sent condolences to the State of Israel over the weekend, noting that the solidarity demonstrated from all over the world and from many Arab countries is moving and heartwarming.

Among the participants in the event were the UAE ambassador to Israel and the head of the Moroccan Liaison Office, who arrived in Israel recently, and the ambassadors of other Muslim countries, including Egypt, Jordan, Albania, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Tanzania and Kosovo. Foreign Minister Ashkenazi: “The month of Ramadan is a month of peace, and the past year has brought with it, in addition to the many challenges of the corona plague, also a ray of light of peace in the Middle East. I am happy to host the senior representatives from the United Arab Emirates and Morocco here at the Iftar table, and I hope that next year more representatives will be added to the Iftar table of the Israeli Foreign Ministry.

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