The first Humanity Without Borders team have already reached Dar Es Salam, Tanzania with another team leaving this Monday 9th July 2018.
Here’s their first report:
Today arrived in Dar es salaam at 2pm
Got out of airport at 3.30pm. we got picked up by our contact.
Read prayers and
The following is a detailed essay on the rulings of Sadaqah al-Fitr, written by Mufti Faraz Adam.
The great Hanafi jurist Ibn al-Humaam mentions,
“Sadaqah al-fitr is compulsory upon every free Muslim.” (Sharh fath al-qadeer 2/285 Dar al-kutub al-ilmiyyah)
All the scholars base their opinion on the following:
Through your constant support this Ramadan, daily Iftar and Suhoor Meals are being distributed to those in need in Syria.
Imam Tirmidhi narrates in his collection that the Prophet (peace be upon him) said:
“Whoever gives iftaar to a fasting person will have a reward like his, without that detracting from the
This is Mrs Kumari.
She was going blind due to issues with her cataracts.
She was worried that she would never again be able to pray the Qur’an or do basic things for herself.
Operations like these are simple but expensive so many go without them and live with a
Every Ramadan many of us have questions relating to fasting. Here are the answers to our everyday questions, answered by Mufti Muhammad ibn Adam.
Q: Is taking a meal before commencing a fast (suhur) necessary in order for a fast to be valid?
A: No, Suhur is not necessary. However, it
Ramadan is a special time for many Muslims, not just in Leicester but across the globe. This Ramadan, the Humanity Without Borders team are planning on feeding more people than ever before.
On Saturday (12/05/2018), our first team including two trustees of the charity, Mr Naeem Laher and Mr Saeed
This Ramadan our office will be open everyday from 10:00am till 7:00pm
Our office is located at:
Unit 1 Imperial Building
Leicester LE5 3ST
Come visit us today, where you can donate in person, learn about our current appeals and much much more.
In Ghouta, there are approximately 400,000 people under siege all in urgent need of aid. In early February, after four days of shelling by Syrian forces news reports have estimated at least 229 people were killed. Among the dead were 58 children and 43 women.
These airstrikes have further