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Chaldean Patriarch asks Iraqi Muslims to pray for peace during Ramadan

June 07, 2016

Chaldean Catholic Patriarch Louis Rapael I Sako has exhorted Iraqi Muslims to live an "exceptional Ramadan," fasting and praying for peace.

In his message, the Chaldean prelate said that Ramadan is "a propitious time for fasting, prayer, repentance, and to change mentality and behavior in order to live in peace with oneself and others." He asked them to avoid a sectarian outlook and to work for peaceful coexistence among the peoples of Iraq.

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