After receiving much praise for the gesture of helping Cyclone Fani victims in Odisha, UK-based philanthropic group Khalsa Aid is winning the hearts again after they gifted copies of the Holy Quran to people living in a refugee camp in Iraq during the holy month of Ramzan. The members of the Khalsa Aid posted a video on their official social media handle in which a Sikh man is seen handing over copies of Holy Quran to an Iraqi Refugee. The captioned the video as: “This week our team delivered 5 copies of the holy book #Quran and pray mats to a camp near #Mosul, #Iraq as per the request of the camp manager where we also distributed food packs for the month of #Ramadan2019 #Iftar.”
Soon after they posted the video, social media users started praising them for their kind act. Here are some of the reactions:
This week our team delivered 5 copies of the holy book #Quran and pray mats to a camp near #Mosul, #Iraq as per the request of the camp manager where we also distributed food packs for the month of #Ramadan2019 #Iftar pic.twitter.com/eV5YveAx8A— Khalsa Aid (@Khalsa_Aid) May 9, 2019
This is so inspiring. How can I donate to your work @Khalsa_Aid. As a Muslim, I am truly inspired.— Mash Joy (@MashJoy1) May 9, 2019
Allah apko ase izzat ata farmaye ao ase hi insaniyt ki help krte rahe.— Siraj khan (@sid4047) May 9, 2019
Zindabad zinda insaano.— MD.Yousuf.☯ (@mdusaf) May 9, 2019
Aap par naaz hae humko or insha'Allah rahaega..
You n team are taking blessings everyday every moment..— Iqbal Akhter (@IqbalAkhter5) May 10, 2019
May Lord keep you healthy, happy and helping like this always..
Besides, they also served Iftar dinner to thousands of Refugees in Lebanon.
Hats off @Khalsa_Aid !Huge Respect.— Hindustani (@highmettle) May 9, 2019
As the first week of Ramadan closes our work in Lebanon continues !— Khalsa Aid (@Khalsa_Aid) May 10, 2019
Serving #iftar meals to thousands of Refugees in Lebanon.
Thanks to your donations we were able to buy fresh vegetables ? ???which the amazing @sawafordaid will prepare for tonight’s meals.#Ramadan2019 pic.twitter.com/31w0br4jlH