While we’re at home in our comfort zone, what Palestine is going through is devastating. They have been attacked in their homeland at the holiest place for Muslims – Al Aqsa Mosque and that too in the month of Ramadan.
Al Aqsa is one of the three important mosques where the reward of worship is worth 500 prayers than any other mosque.
A prayer in the Sacred Mosque [in Makkah] is worth 100,000 prayers, a prayer in my mosque [in Madinah] is worth 1000, and a prayer in Jerusalem [Al-Aqsa Mosque] is worth 500 prayers more than in any other mosque. (Al-Bukhari)
It’s indeed the holiest place for Muslims and deserves to be respected. But Israel claims this place as land of theirs and to steadfast with the purpose they have started ‘ethnic cleansing’ of Palestinians. And for this they are using missiles, stun grenades and rubber-tipped bullets while Palestinians are using only stones to defend themselves. Since the two sides aren’t on equal footing, it cannot be called a war or a conflict. It’s a clear violence on Palestinians and it needs to be stopped.
It has awakened the Muslims all around the world. People are doing whatever they can do to free Palestine.
Considering this, a 19 year old Graffiti artist from Pakistan launched a fundraiser to support Palestine. Affan is a young artist who’s always vocal about the ongoing issues through his art. Be it about showing the love for his country, advising people to stay indoors or to wear masks during COVID or telling them not to litter the place, his creativity has inspired people to take action.
And now this passionate artist has come forward for the support of Palestine. He has painted the walls in Karachi with a powerful message to stand with the innocent people dying in numbers. With the message, he’s open to collect donations through Bank Transfer, Easy Paisa and Jazz Cash. All profits will be donated to Bait-us-Salam & Al-Khidmat.
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You can reach out to his Instagram DM for more details about the donations.
Till then keep voicing for Palestine. They need to be heard at this time. And also, they are waiting for your charities to recover from their losses. May Allah heal their sufferings soon!
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