22 September 2017 / 29. Zil-Hajj 1438

Posted by webmaster on November 12, 2013

Today we come back to you to ask you to fund the placing of scholars and teachers into those communities. Last year in Muharram, we raised over £10,000 for this appeal.

This year, help us to ensure that future generations have a future that extends beyond panhandling on the dusty streets of rural Pakistan... help children like 15 year old Nokkar Abbas in Dodo Jogi village to pursue his dream of being a doctor.

And in these sacred days and nights of Muharram, help ensure that these communities are taught the basics of the religion which our holy third Imam Husain (as) gave his life for.

£965 funds an aalim in one centre for a year.. that's just over £2.50 a day. Please give whatever you can.

Donations to the ‘Delivering the Future:  Islamic Scholars for Islamic Centres Fund’ will fund the placement of desperately needed religious guides in the 105 newly built Islamic Centres across Pakistan’s scattered and remote villages sponsored by The World Federation. This initiative is essential to ensure that the centres are properly utilised, and that people, especially the children and youth are educated in Islamic teachings. This project is underway and the results are phenomenal. The cost of sponsoring one Islamic Scholar in one Islamic Centre for an entire year is only £965 GBP / $1,540 USD-CAD per year. Donors to this fund are making a real and lifelong impact on thousands of men, women and children who are rediscovering the light and guidance of the Ahlul Bayt (as). Sponsor an Islamic Scholar in full or in part and join us in ‘Delivering the Future’.

Both ladies and gents relief have been selling Ya Aba Al-Fadhl Abbas wrist bands for £2 each, ladies have been selling shelas with 'Labbayk Ya Hussain' at written on them at £6 each and we have also been selling a book by Siddika Jumma with beautifully illustrated paintings of the story of Karbala at £10 each. We've also been doing bucket collections .

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