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As part of Islamic Help's commitment to help rebuild Gaza, Islamic help have launched the Gaza 100 Water Challenge to provide clean water daily to nearly 10,000 people.
The project will see the construction of a new water plant, by the Palestinian Water Authority, to serve the people of Wadi as Salqa where the existing facility was destroyed in Israeli air strikes.
The new facility will cost a minimum of £100,000 to construct. It will provide clean water for domestic use, reducing the risk of disease and illness.
TO HELP REACH OUR GAZA 100 WATER CHALLENGE TARGET, ISLAMIC HELP ARE ASKING FOR 1,000 PEOPLE TO DONATE £100 EACH.
Every year, the Holy month of Ramadan provides us with the opportunity to eliminate unhealthy eating patterns and gives our overburdened digestive systems a much needed break. During this sacred month, the rituals of fasting, night prayer and reading the Holy Qur’an on a daily basis can have a transformational effect on our overall sense of well-being and contentment.
However, now that the blessed month of Ramadan has passed and the Eid ul-Fitr festivities are over, here are 10 tips for maintaining the incredible health benefits and habits that you worked so hard to gain in Ramadan.
Muslims from the Middle East to China worship at the first Friday prayers of the holy month of Ramadan
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Ramadhan is around the corner. It is a time of year when we abstain from food and drink from sunrise to sunset and nourish ourselves spiritually. It is a time when we try to improve our character and reflect on the blessings we have and remember those less fortunate.
When we break our fasts, it would be plainly wrong to eat dates which help continue the oppression of Palestinians. However, many people unknowingly do just that.
Every year, Israel exports millions of pounds worth of dates to the world. These dates may be grown in illegal settlements in the West Bank and the Jordan Valley, on land that has been stolen from Palestinians. By buying these dates, we are helping Israel to continue its occupation and oppression of the Palestinian people.
The 'Check the Label - Boycott Israeli Dates' campaign aims to inform people for the first time, or simply remind them not to break their fast with dates which are from Israel, West Bank or Jordan Valley.
Shamiul Joarder of FOA said 'We have had an amazing response from the community for which we are extremely grateful. Lots of people who hadn't heard our message over the last four years have this year; and that is thanks to our brilliant volunteers who have been putting up posters in mosques, shops and community centres, distributing leaflets after prayers outside mosques as well as spreading the message on social media.'