This Ramzan, UK Based Sikh NGO served Iftaar Daily to 5000 Syrian refugees

People in this world are suffering a lot, majorly due to fellow human beings. Communal distress, wars, regilonal disparities, caste, and colour is taking people's lives. However, they are still a handful number of people who believe that nothing is above humanity. One such example was seen this Ramazan when a UK based Sikh NGO 'Khalsa Aid' worked the entire month to provide iftar meals to the Syrian refugees in Iraq and Lebanon.

While we always see heartbreaking images of people dying or struggling to live, these images will melt your heart and would restore your faith in humanity.

Khalsa Aid collaborated with Lebanese charity organisation, Sawa to set up a ‘Ramzan Kitchen’ where fresh food was prepared daily.

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During the holy month, they served 5000 Syrian refugees daily.

Khalsa Aid has always been forward in helping people. In the past as well, they had reached out to Syrian refugees. They have been assisting Syrian Refugees in Turkey since 2016.

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A volunteer at the NGO posted a video on Twitter where he thanked people for the support. He wrote, "We are funding Fresh food ( Iftar ) for 5000 Refugees daily in Lebanon ! Food is freshly prepared & served. Our thx to our friends for their wonderful support.

Moreover, they gifted the 500 Syrian kids with shoes and clothes for Eid, thus bringing a smile to their face.

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Khalsa Aid is a UK based humanitarian relief organisation which recognises the whole human race as one. They have been serving humanity since 1999.

 

by Admin | Sat, Jun 16 - 11:04 AM

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