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Wednesday, 30 August 2017 09:15

President Ilham Aliyev: Gurban Holiday is a symbol of moral perfection and unity Featured

President Ilham Aliyev: Gurban Holiday is a symbol of moral perfection and unity

President of the Republic of Azerbaijan Ilham Aliyev has congratulated Azerbaijani people on Gurban Holiday, Caspian Energy News ( reports with reference to the press service of the President of Azerbaijan:

The congratulatory address says:

“I cordially congratulate you and all our compatriots, living in different parts of the world on Gurban Holiday which is a symbol of moral perfection and unity. I convey you my most sincere wishes.

The Islamic religion, constituting a majestic page of the world civilization owing to its democratism, humanism and human ideals played an exceptional role in forming the worldview and in national-spiritual development of our people.  Progressive Islamic values and traditions have always been valued highly in Azerbaijan.

Blessed Gurban Holiday, which personifies the maturity of Islam as a religion and its sending down to the mankind as a way of moral-spiritual salvation, is a Holiday calling people for charity, solidarity and brotherhood. On this remarkable day the Muslims demonstrate readiness for any selflessness in the name of Allah.

Our people have always held their national-spiritual values and traditions in respect. All religious ceremonies, including Gurban Holiday, are broadly celebrated every year. Sacrifices in the name of God are offered up in all parts of our country. Broad charity work is carried out.  Prayers are offered for the progress and welfare of our state. Immortal memory of our martyrs who gave their lives for independence and territorial integrity of Azerbaijan is commemorated.

Dear sisters and brothers!

On this blessed day I once again wish you strong health, happiness and welfare to your families.

Happy Gurban Holiday!”

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