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UK: Women of Ahmadiyya Muslim Association Newcastle raised funds for people with Dementia


"It is crucial for Muslims to care for one’s fellow human beings," said Saeed, adding that the Holy Prophet of Islam said, “you will not believe until you love for your brother what you love for yourself”. 

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By AT/TOA | August 5, 2017

Women of Ahmadiyya Muslim Association Newcastle raised funds for people with Dementia by backpacking at the Metrocentre to raise money for Equal Arts.

Providing volunteers Shafia Saeed of Gateshead said that on 15th of July 2017, Women Auxiliary of Ahmadiyya Muslim Association Newcastle chapter, helped in fundraising for Equal Arts to support people with Dementia.

Shafia Saeed, the communication secretary of the Women's auxiliary, provided four ladies, Khalida, Arahmata, Iffat and Ayesha. The ladies helped in backpack at M&S at Metro centre and raised £840.

"It is crucial for Muslims to care for one’s fellow human beings," said Saeed, adding that the Holy Prophet of Islam said, “you will not believe until you love for your brother what you love for yourself”.

"Allah says," Saeed said while referring to verses 24-5 from the chapter 70, of the Holy Quran, "“there is a recognized right, for the needy and deprived” over our wealth.”


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