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Abdullah bin Abbaas Radiyallahu ‘anhu said:
‘For me to fulfil the necessities of a Muslim family for a month or for a week or for whatever period of time that Allah pleases, is more beloved to me than performing Hajj after Hajj. Buying a utensil for even a Daaniq (one-sixth of a dirham) and giving it to my brother as a gift for the pleasure of Allah is more beloved to me than spending a Dinaar in the path of Allah.’
[Abu Nu’aym]

In June 2009, this cycle of marginalization started for Tasleem Kousar who lives in a disputed house in the district of Mirpur in Azad Kashmir, when her husband Farooq Ahmed died in an accident.

Tasleem Kousar was registered under UWT (Pak) Widow Sponsorship Project for Kashmir in 2017 after her son was delisted from orphan sponsorship project where quarterly stipend is provided, allowing her to pay for her family’s most urgent needs.


£30 a month

can make a difference for a
widowed mother.

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