KATI’s delegation visits Faizan Madinah to review performance

Aneela SiddiquiWeb Editor

04th Aug, 2021. 02:02 pm
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KARACHI: A delegation led by Saleem Al-Zaman, President, Korangi Association of Trade and Industry (KATI), visited Faizan Madina, the center of Islamic Da’wah in Karachi, and reviewed the performance and arrangements of various departments there.

On this occasion, Member Shura Maulana Abdul Habib Attari briefed the KATI delegation on the preaching and publication of religion across the world under the umbrella of Islamic Da’wah, as well as other topics.

KATI President Saleem-uz-Zaman while appreciating the initiatives of Dawa-e-Islami said that the service of Dawa-e-Islami in the country is commendable. Effective efforts are being made for the welfare of the people, with a focus on humanitarian care as well as religious teaching.

President KATI said that Islam is the only religion that gives equal rights to every human being and inculcates moderation. In this regard, the role of Dawat-e-Islami is of utmost importance in promoting brotherhood and harmony in the country.

He stated that society has improved as a result of religious groups’ activities in the country about thalassemia and that they will collaborate to assist and test for thalassemia.

President KATI stated that when the nation is confronted with an epidemic like  Corona, the role of community scholars and elders is critical in encouraging people to be vaccinated against the virus so that more people get vaccinated. Make sure you and your family are safe. He also said that around 65,000 persons in the Korangi industrial region had been vaccinated.

Earlier, Abdul Habib Attari, a member of the Central Executive Committee of Dawat-e-Islami, introduced the religious and welfare activities under Dawat-e-Islami. He informed about the educational and organizational activities taking place in Faizan Madinah and apprised the delegation about the best way to render services in their institutions. He said that more than 1.5 million people have been provided facilities in medical services in which more than Rs. 6 crores have been spent.

He further said that if company owners and factory owners offer fundamental Islamic lessons to their employees, the society would improve and Allah will reward them for it. Dawat-e-Islami, according to Abdul Habib Attari, has provided food for 4 million people and spent more than Rs 1 billion on Quranic teaching and other social activities.

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