Ahmadiyy Croatia takes lead and donates Ramdan food packets to needy families

Source: Rana Muhammad Munwwar Khan

Pictures: Matias

Group photo of organisers and needy families

Muslims are just passing throuh the blessed month of Ramazan. It is the month of fasting in Islam with 30 days duraiton. During this month Muslims focus on prayers and spirituality. God Almighty says in the Holy Quran:

O ye who believe, fasting is prescribed for you during a fixed number of days, as it was prescribed for those before you, so that you may (safeguard yourselves against moral and spiritual ills and) become righteous.

Organisers greetings each other

Another important lesson given by the blessed month of Ramazan in Islam is the importance of taking care of needy people and do charity. In accordance with this Islamic lesson, the Ahmadija muslim džamat Croatia organised a project helping needy people to buy food. The project was carried out on the 31st of May at 12 o clock at the main Square Bana Jelacica of Zagreb, the capital city of Croatia. The project  assisted more than 30 families to buy food with a total amount of 12.000 Kuna. Each family got a gift-card to buy food from any grocery store of Spar. After handing out envelopes with the gift-cards a group photo was taken with the attendees.

Participatns of the project

Head of Ahmadiyya Mission Croatia Mr Rana Munawwar  along with friends and other members of the Ahmadija muslim džamat including  Mr Sead Mulabegovic, Mrs Nasiha Mulabegovic, Mr Balde Yahaya, Mr Yasser Almasri and Mr Aisa Rigg contributed for project completion and gave personal example by following the sayings of the Holy Prophet saw that whoever provides food to a needy person will be rewarded with ever increasing blessings by God Almighty.


5 replies

  1. What I want to hear from TMT, a news that Ahmadiyyah has collected donation ( money) for Ahmadiyyah victims in Lombok, Indonesia, they are the most need help. They live in poverty, their houses have been destroyed and live as refugee in other cities—- very sad, pity and heartbreaking.

    All love ❤️

    • Of course the money is there. Donations come without even asking for it. But as I said before in Lombok some houses got destroyed again and again. It is essential to try and obtain the Government’s ‘say’ that at least they will try to prevent further destruction.

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