UK: Ahmadiyya Muslim women raise funds for diabetes

UK: Ahmadiyya Muslim women raise funds for diabetes

“A Muslim should feel the pain of his or her fellow human beings, and wish the same comfort and good life for others which he wishes for himself.”

Women of Ahmadiyya Muslim Association UK raised funds for Diabetes UK at Tesco Gateshead.

Volunteer Shafia Saeed of Gateshead said: “Women of Ahmadiyya Muslim Association UK raised funds for Diabetes UK at Tesco Gateshead.”

“We feel very satisfied after doing this great job for a great cause. The Prophet Muhammad said: “you will not believe until you love for your brother what you love for yourself”.””

“A Muslim should feel the pain of his or her fellow human beings, and wish the same comfort and good life for others which he wishes for himself.”

Paula Maddison, diabetes UK team leader, said, “You were all totally great today and Diabetes UK is so proud to have had you represent them. Big hugs”.

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