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Inauguration of Orphanage in Syria

Haji Imran Attari, Chief Executive of Central Executive body of DawateIslami, inaugurated an orphanage constructed in Syria through the collaborative efforts of FGRF and AFAD.

In recent days, projects involving the welfare and social services of the general public, alongside the religious services of Dawat-e-Islami, have begun to emerge in most countries around the world. Recently, religious scholar Imran Attari, Nigran e Markazi Majlis e Shura, participated in the inauguration ceremony of an orphanage located on the border of Turkey and Syria. This orphanage, established through the mutual collaboration of the welfare department of Dawat e Islami (FGRF) and the Disaster Management Authority of Turkey (AFAD), aims to provide care, education, and upbringing for children orphaned during the conflicts in Syria.

The fundamental purpose of establishing this orphanage was to provide shelter and educational facilities for these children during the wartime conditions in Syria, where they could feel a sense of belonging and have access to an environment conducive to learning and skill development. During the inauguration ceremony in Syria, world-renowned Islamic scholar Maulana Imran Qadri expressed gratitude to Allah for the completion of Orphanage and emphasized the importance of nurturing and educating the oppressed and orphaned children of Syria.

Furthermore, during the event, it was announced that Dar ul-Madina Islamic School and Quranic education Institutes Madrasah ul Madina would also be established in Arfan House to provide education and upbringing for the orphaned children. Additionally, during the inauguration ceremony, the orphaned children were presented with keys to their new homes along with treats.