Wasiqullah Khan from Afghanistan has gone for Haj last month and sent us a photo of a Braille Quran he found at Masjid Nabawi in Madinah.
The final part of the Light Camp funded by donors through AlFitrah foundation. The competition is open to all blind people in the Gaza strip and this year entrants have to memorise surah alMaidah. May Allah bless all donors and organisers and those taking part.
This was Sheikh Abdulrahman Aljamal's first visit to Malaysia since 2012 due to the seige. He founded Dar AlQuran AlKareem was Sunnah where we have held summer camps for the blind over the last 7 years. Alfitrah foundation has sent 100 Braille Qurans to the students of this camp.
We were happy to see him but sad to hear of the situation in Gaza. Inshaa Allah we will start a project to employ two teachers ( one male one female ) for each of the 7 districts in Gaza to teach blind students the Quran after school. This would fulfil the goals of providing employment as well as strengthening their faith. One teacher is only paid USD120 per month. Please consider sponsoring part of a halaqah.
Alfitrah Foundation: Maybank 5-64324-604245
We have been sending Braille Qurans to the Rahman foundation for distribution all over India. Our latest shipment of 10 Braille Qurans arrived in Delhi last week . Md Azam a first year BA student at Delhi University received one copy yesterday Alhamdulillah.
MAKKAH: "We could not see the Kaabah or the interior of the Grand Mosque but something just felt different when we stepped inside," said Esah Long, tears rimming her eyes.
The 72-year-old, who lost her sight following an illness when she was seven, recalled the first time she entered the Grand Mosque here with her husband, Abd Aziz Yusof, 73, who is also blind.
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- Welcomed a delegation of 5 NGOs from Bangladesh
- Welcomed two visitors yesterday from Sydney, Australia
- Haji Islah Busakorn who visited to started the first Madrassa for the blind in Thailand
- Askar Sakhirov teaching the Quran to the blind in Kazakhstan
- A lecturer from a university in Bangladesh told us about the Kashipur madrassa for the blind in Khulna