India: Muslim Youths from Ahmadiyya Muslim Community Hyderabad are on the front lines for flood-hit Kerala

News Courtesy: Musavir Ahmed, MKA Hyderabad


As the deadliest deluge hit Kerala with devastating floods, a group of young Muslim men from Ahmadiyya Muslim Community came down to help.

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More than 100 members of Humanity First, and an additional 20 members of the Khidmat-E-Khalq from Ahmadiyya Muslim Youth Association, Hyderabad have joined hands to help them — offering food and supplies to people who have lost almost everything in the flooding in Kerala.

Humanity First

Humanity First is an international charity and aid agency that provides disaster relief and long term development assistance to vulnerable communities in 52 countries across 6 continents irrespective of race, religion or politics. The organisation is run by volunteers across the world and has access to thousands of extra volunteers worldwide. First founded in England, the charity has expanded to more than 40 countries in the last 25 years. Official website: https://humanityfirst.org/home/

Ahmadiyya Muslim Community Hyderabad's Humanity First helping flood hit Kerala

All year long, the Ahmadiyya Muslim youth group (Majlis Khuddamul Ahmadiyya), which has thousands of members across the India, does service work organizing blood drives, planting trees and cleaning up Govt hospitals, streets and many other places. The association is comprised of more than 30,000 youths from the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community India aged between 15 to 40, spread across the 29 states and union territories.

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MKA India is headquartered in Mohalla Ahmadiyya, Qadian, Punjab.

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More members of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Youth Association are coming in from other places to help with disaster relief work.

Performing acts of service in a time of crisis is both a religious obligation and a chance to show the country what Muslim values really mean.

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