This Ramadan, don’t forget our brothers and sisters in Yemen and the challenges they’re going through. Yemen has been going through one of the worst humanitarian crises for around a decade. Not everyone can make the most out of the holy month of Ramadan, as they don’t have food for suhoor or iftar and can’t partake in the blessings this holy month can offer.
Feeding The Fasting In Yemen
Due to food insecurity, vulnerable families in the country are forced to survive on scraps, bread, and anything they can find.
Feeding hungry people is a rewarding task, not only morally but in the eyes of Allah (S.W.T) as well, so make the most of this gracious month by sharing your blessings with hungry families in Yemen.
On the last Friday of Sha’ban,
Prophet (ﷺ) delivered a sermon from which Salman Al Farisi narrates:
“Whosoever feeds a fasting person in order to break the fast at Iftar, for him there will be forgiveness of his sins and emancipation from the fire of hell and he will receive the reward equal to the fasting person, without that person’s reward being diminished in the least.”
Donate & Help Those In Need
Not having food on the table or water in their jars is an occurrence many of our Muslim brothers and sisters in Yemen are familiar with. Don’t underestimate the difference a donation can make; Yemen Aid’s team will directly provide destitute communities in the country with food, water, and other essentials, without any third party.
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