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7 October 2018

As part of their Mission Possible deployment to Tanzania, volunteers have to experience what local communities go through to get water on a daily basis. This blog, by volunteer Naeem Ahmed, on the first day of the 2018 deployment highlights the shock that young people from...

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Have you ever noticed how great it feels to do something good for someone? Whether...

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Being a community fundraiser can be the most rewarding of jobs but, as Islamic Help...

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In this day and age, so many of us look to invest in the future – even...

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A year ago Islamic Help started emergency relief work for Rohingya refugees who had started...

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4 September 2018

Most of us are taught the importance of sharing from a very young age. Giving to others is not only a way of providing ourselves with a sense of usefulness to others, but it also gives us a warm feeling of satisfaction in the knowledge that...

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17 August 2018

The Day of Arafah (or Arafat) is one of the most revered and auspicious days in the Islamic calendar. The ninth day of the month of Dhul Hijjah, it is the day on which pilgrims during Hajj gather on the mountain plain of Arafah, just...

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As we near the time of Qurbani once again, it is important for us to...

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The actual term Qurbani, or Udiyah as it is known in Arabic, means sacrifice and...

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The annual pilgrimage of Hajj is the fifth of the five obligatory pillars of Islam....

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There are two key celebrations in Islam - Eid-ul-Fitr and Eid-ul-Adha. Eid-ul-Fitr follows and concludes...

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19 July 2018

With the blessed month of Ramadan 2018 now behind us, it is important to remember to continue those good acts and deeds to maximise our reward potential whilst caring for others around the world who have very little in comparison to us. We often forget that those...

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