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Tuesday, 21 June 2016

Yemen, one of the forgotten countries





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Update 22.06.16

Allahu Akbar 103% raised so far. Please continue to donate and share so many more families can be given much needed aud in Yemen bi ihdnillah. ❤❤❤




Alhamdulillah we have opened a Just Giving page in support of Ummah Welfare Trust for the ongoing Crisis in Yemen Subhan'Allah.

Please donate and share our link so we raise much needed funds for our brothers and sisters suffering on a daily basis in Yemen.

https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/Al-huriyahforyemen





The Messenger of Allah ﷺ said:
'The people of Yemen have the most tender of hearts and softest of souls; and they are the most obedient (in the worship of Allah).' (Musnad Ahmad)
Yemen is one of the world's poorest and least developed nations. Traditionally neglected, almost half the country's residents are malnourished and have no access to clean water.

Like much of the Middle East, the country suffered huge political instability following the Arab Spring in 2011. Nationwide protests led to civil strife and an eventual government coup.

Events however continue to unfold. The beginning of aerial strikes and an escalation in fighting are now pushing the country towards total collapse. An estimated 15 million people - almost two-thirds of the population - need humanitarian assistance.

Ummah Welfare Trust has launched its first ever appeal for suffering families in Yemen, the land ofImaan and hikmah. Through local partners on the ground, the charity has identified thousands of displaced families around Sana'a, the country's capital, who need urgent food assistance.
You can support one family with a food pack for just £50.
This amount will provide them with staples of flour, rice, lentils, sugar and oil.

Women and children in Yemen today are displaced and hungry. It is our duty to come to their aid and support them with that which Allah has granted us.

The Messenger of Allah ﷺ said:
'Indeed the Ash'ariyeen (a tribe of Yemen), when their food finished in battle or the food of one their families decreased, would gather whatever they had in one cloth and distribute it evenly amongst themselves. They are from me and I am from them.' (Sahih Muslim)
Donate your Zakah, Sadaqah and Lillah today.



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