Giving during the last ten days of Ramadan

An Interpal aid worker seen with a Palestinian child in hospital

The rewards for charity and mercy towards others are immense, and Ramadan is the best time to give charity.

The last odd nights of Ramadan are opportunity, to give mercy and earn mercy multiplied.

Allah (SWT) said:

The importance of Laylatul Qadr, it is better than a thousand months

Of all the nights of Ramadan, the Night of Decree (Laylatul Qadr) is the most important. Because it is likely to fall on an odd night in the final ten days, we have five nights to give, and insh’Allah, increase the rewards of our charity and prayers for those struggling with poverty and conflict.

Giving on the Night of Power is akin to receiving the reward of having given charity every day for 83 years! So just £10 then becomes a donation equal to £300,000!

Don’t miss out on this immense blessing and on supporting the people of the Holy Land.

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Giving during the last ten days of Ramadan

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Giving on the Night of Power is akin to receiving the reward of having given charity every day for 83 years!