Canada has national scoop with rural introduction Ramadan-stamp
Also in non-Muslim countries Islam and so also the Holy fasting month more and more often a nice spot in society, so also in Canada where Islam in recent years already settled is fine. The national postal service of the country figured out in the sign of this special month a very special and pleasant action, for the first time in the history of Canada is rural Ramadan-stamp was introduced.
It is not the first time that the Canadian post such action does. Previously all other religious festivals as a symbol used on the stamps, the Jewish Hannukah and the Hindu Diwali. The inscriptions of these stamps are funny enough but in the sign of the end of Ramadan, namely Eid Ul-Fitr (popularly in Netherlands, the sugar feast). In 3 different languages to be exact; Arabic, English and French.
The initiative of the postal company can already count on a lot of positive comments. So are some Muslim scholars tremendously happy with the action, it would be in their opinion quite fit in the tolerance of the country when it comes to religious groups.