UL ADHA MESSAGE FROM THE
Published: 17/12/2007 22:00
The Ramadhan Foundation wishes all those people around
the world the very best wishes and congratulations at
the occasion of Eid ul Adha. In these troubling times
we take comfort from our Prophet Muhammad (SAW)
sacrifices and prayers.
Not only here in the UK but around the world Muslims
will celebrate with families and friends and also
reflect on the reasons behind this Eid – one of
sacrifice. The Ramadhan Foundation is clear that
Muslims in the UK contribute a huge deal in all walks of
life and this is something that should be celebrated.
Over the past few weeks people have given so much to the
suffering people in Bangladesh through our international
development partner Muslim Hands, we
encourage people still to
give at (www.muslimhands.org) there
are many people around the world who will be starving
comes at the
end of the holy pilgrimage to Mecca in Saudi Arabia.
This is a celebration of sacrifice that
is a time to come together as a community and to renew
friendship and family ties. We pray for peace and
stability around the world and stand with those that are
being oppressed. Islam teaches
us tolerance and peace and we
hope the world reflects on this.
Mr. Muhammad Umar, Chairman of the Foundation comments:
“On behalf of the Foundation I am pleased to offer our
on the upcoming Hajj and the
occasion of Eid ul Adha. We hope
enjoy the celebration with
family and friends and that people continue to pray for
all those around the world that are suffering.
We have been amazed by the
generosity of the British
Muslim community who
have been giving a lot on money to charity; people
around the world will be able to have a more
We urge people to still give
through Muslim Hands.
I once again offer my sincere greetings on this joyful
occasion of Eid”
Notes for editors
Foundation is the UK's leading Muslim youth
organisation that is working for peaceful
co-existence and dialogue for all communities.
Based in Greater Manchester and working to also
establish the platform for
human unity amongst our
communities in the UK.
Mr. Mohammed Shafiq