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LONDON, June 4 (MENA) - British Prime Minister Theresa May greeted the Muslims in Britain and all over the world with Eidul Fitr.
May said "I want to send my very best wishes to Muslims at home and around the world celebrating the festival of Eid al-Fitr".
"For more than three million British Muslims, the joyous occasion of Eid, spent with family and loved ones, marks the end of the holy month of Ramadan," she said.
"During Ramadan, as at many other times of the year, I see the very best of the values which unite us all: of tolerance, of respect, and of selflessness," said May.
"There can be no place in our societies for the vile ideology that incites hatred and fear, and I stand with Muslims in the UK and around the world against those who seek to destroy our values," she added.