Shia Rights Watch expresses its warmest regards to the international community in the auspicious month of Ramadan.
The Holy month of Ramadan is a time of consciousness, generosity, and spiritual fulfillment.
At Shia Rights Watch, we stand in remembrance of those disproportionately affected by the pandemic, including but not limited to the marginalized populations scapegoated and the individuals denied lifesaving medical attention based on their faith.
This holy month serves as a time of unity for people everywhere as we journey towards a more peaceful and equitable society. We honor those who took charge and spearheaded education efforts and promoted safety within their local and national communities.
Having experienced a global pandemic in which families were separated from each other and traditional means of congregation became obsolete, Ramadan 2021 will be a year like no other.
Despite all that has changed, the spirit of Ramadan continues to illuminate our hearts and minds.
Shia Rights Watch invites all members of the international community, regardless of age, race, nationality, and religious orientation, to use this month as an opportunity to renew commitments to promote human rights and support efforts to hinder the promotion of hate.
This Ramadan, Shia Rights Watch encourages the adoption of creative expressions of unity among communities and calls for the respect of fundamental human rights by policymakers and national leaders.