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Feed the Ummah with Imran Ibn Mansur

Feed the Ummah with Imran Ibn Mansur

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Feed the Ummah with Imran Ibn Mansur

Feeding the Ummah during the blessed month of Ramadan is not just a duty, but a profound act of love and empathy that resonates deeply with the core teachings of our beloved Prophet Muhammad ﷺ. He taught us, through his words and actions, the immense value of sharing with those less fortunate.

“He who sleeps content while his neighbour goes hungry is not one of us,” he reminded us. In Ramadan, a time for fasting, reflection, and prayer, this message becomes even more important.

Ramadan offers us a unique opportunity to walk in the shoes of those who face hunger daily, awakening heartfelt compassion and an eager willingness to extend our hands in generosity. It’s a time when the act of feeding a fasting person does not just fill their stomach, but also fills our hearts with light and our scale with good deeds, as promised by Allah (SWT).

By providing for those in need during Ramadan, we do more than offer meals; we weave stronger threads of unity and brotherhood in the fabric of our Ummah. It’s a time to remind ourselves that amidst our own spiritual journey, we carry a responsibility towards our brothers and sisters facing hardships.

Thus, feeding the hungry during Ramadan becomes a beautiful, shared experience—a manifestation of our faith’s values of compassion, mercy, and communal support. It’s a chance to live the true essence of Islam by ensuring no one is left behind or forgotten. In doing so, we not only help alleviate the physical hunger of the poor but also nourish our souls, drawing closer to Allah (SWT) in a celebration of purity, love, and shared humanity.

HCR on the Ground, Feeding the Ummah

Alhamdulillah, with your support over the years, we have been active in Pakistan, Gaza, Yemen, Syria, and Africa. Continuing our legacy of feeding the Ummah, this year, insha’Allah, we will be aiding the poor and needy in these countries with your donations. Donate to the Ramadan Food Appeal by donating a Ramadan Food Pack and help provide essential food to your brothers and sisters in need.

Reward of Feeding a Fasting Person

The Messenger of Allah (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) said:

“Whoever gives iftar to one who is fasting will have a reward like his, without that detracting from the reward of the fasting person in the slightest.”
(Narrated by al-Tirmidhi)

Shaykh al-Islam [Ibn Taymiyah] said:

“What is meant by giving him iftar is giving him enough to satisfy him.”

The righteous salaf were keen to provide food for others and they thought that this was one of the best of righteous deeds.

Let’s join together, follow the Sunnah of the Prophet ﷺ, walk in the footsteps of righteous salaf and feed the Ummah.