Biden was forced to scale back Ramadan event after pushback from Muslim leaders

Biden was forced to scale back Ramadan event after pushback from Muslim leaders


President Joe Biden scaled back a planned Ramadan event after Muslim leaders expressed their dissatisfaction over his stance on the war in Gaza.

Biden met with some Muslim leaders and then held a small dinner with some Muslims in his administration, Reuters reported. While the event was expected to be a larger affair, such as in years past, the White House told the Washington Examiner that it gave community leaders the option to choose the format, and the consensus was a working meeting on policy.

One Muslim advocacy group, Emgage Action, told the news outlet it declined Biden’s invitation, citing “continued unconditional military aid to Israel,” which has led to a “humanitarian catastrophe of epic proportions.”

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The White House confirmed that some individuals, including those

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