Laylatul Qadr Masjid Appeal 
The Messenger of Allah, Muhammad (s.a.w.), said:
“Whoever builds a Masjid for the sake of Allah, Allah will build for him a house in Paradise.”
If tonight is Laylatul Qadr, you can earn rewards for up to 1000 months of giving. £100 = up to £3 million!
We all want a house in paradise but how many of us will take action in this life and help provide our brothers and sisters in poverty-stricken countries with a place of worship. 

One Ummah have been building masajid in many crisis-hit Muslim countries around the world. These masajid have been a blessing and have given the people, a safe place to carry out the most simplest of Islamic duties, like praying salah in congregation and reading Qur’an

You can build a full masjid in YOUR chosen name, or donate towards a Masjid to share the reward and earn a Palace in Jannah.

£6500 - Full Masjid in Syria 
£6500 - Full Masjid in Uganda
£7000 - Full Masjid in Tanzania
£7000 - Full Masjid in Sierra Leone

Imagine the REWARD for those who helped to build the Masjid. Every time someone prays, you will share in the reward. Every time a child learns the Qur’an and recites it, you will share in the reward for every letter they read. 

All we need are 65 people to DONATE £100 each to build one masjid. You can donate a share for a family member or someone deceased as sadaqah jariah. 

Can you afford to miss out? 

DONATE now so Allah swt will build a house in Paradise for YOU!

Jazakum Allah Khayr
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We WORK in 15 CRISIS hit countries 
including the following:
Syria
Earlier this year, the Syrian conflict entered its 8th year. Last year, on average 1,731 people fled the country every day to escape the torture, death & suffering which spared nobody. More than 600,000 people have been killed and 13.1 million people are now in need of urgent humanitarian aid, including 5 million children. A total of 69% of civilians in Syria are languishing in extreme poverty. 
Gaza
With an estimated 1.7 million Palestinians crammed into just 140 square miles, Gaza is one of the most crowded places on earth. This ‘open-air prison’ has seen war after war, with thousands of innocent people killed. Some 10% of children under five have had their growth stunted. With 80% of households in Gaza urgently requiring some form of financial assistance, the struggle of the people is indescribable.

The Rohingya 
The Rohingya are the world’s most persecuted minority. Since last August, more than 700,000 Rohingya refugees have fled a brutal military crackdown against Muslims in Myanmar. They were subject to rape, inhumane torture and extrajudicial killing. 13,759 have been killed, including 1000 children under the age of 5. The suffering has been unimaginable.
Somalia
In Somalia, there are over 3 million people lacking satisfactory daily meals whilst 800,000 are currently on the brink of famine. The number of starving Somalis has gone up tenfold within the last year. The WFP estimates that 388,000 children under 5 are acutely malnourished; that includes 87,000 who are severely malnourished and at risk of contracting disease, or worse, losing their lives.
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