Video of Trudeau sharing Ramadan meal with Muslim politicians goes viral
Trudeau can be seen digging into Middle Easter and Asian dishes like Hummus, stuffed vine leaves and dates
A video of Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau sharing an Iftar meal with Muslim caucus members has garnered nearly four million times after being uploaded on Facebook on Tuesday.
Trudeau can be seen digging into Middle Easter and Asian dishes like Hummus, stuffed vine leaves and dates.
The Canadian Prime Minister has been known to have a close relationship with Muslims after a video documenting his visit to a mosque, showing him joining Muslim worshipers for evening prayers during Ramadan in 2013, nearly two years before he was elected.
“Thank you for showing the world what a true leader of the people looks like. Are you sure you won't consider annexing Seattle?,” Facebook user Traepischke Graves-Lalor posted in the comments section of the post.