Islamic Relief Has Plans to Help the Less Fortunate This Ramadan


Islamic Relief, a faith-inspired humanitarian and development agency, is prepared for another annual campaign to aid those in need during Ramadan worldwide. Ramadan is a celebrated and cherished month for Muslims, where they dedicate their time to worship, give back, and reflect on their faith. It is a time of heightened charitable giving, where the fortunate help the less fortunate. Islamic Relief, established in Birmingham, the UK, in 1984 by Dr. Hany El-Banna and a group of volunteers, is built on the values of Islam, which drove it to become a global humanitarian force. The formidable humanitarian organization operates in over 40 countries, in partnership with UK aid, the UN Refugee Agency, the Scottish Government, the European Commission, and the World Food Programme. It has directly affected the lives of over 120 million people worldwide, helping and supporting anyone in need, regardless of race, religion, or creed. Guided by the principle of assisting people according to their level of need, Islamic Relief is also empowered by powerful connections and outreach in some of the world’s most vulnerable regions. This year, Islamic Relief is emphasizing the religious obligation to follow Islamic…

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