Sadaqah Jariyah - Mosque in Congo

Completing Imam Musa al-Kadhim Mosque in Congo

Sadaqah Jariyah - Mosque in Congo
£784.00

of £704 goal

111% funded
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**Support the Imam Musa Al-Kadhim Mosque in Kazimia**

Dear beloved community,

In the heart of the Democratic Republic of the Congo lies the town of Kazimia, where 100 devoted Shia families gather under a humble roof to connect with Allah. The Imam Musa Al-Kadhim Mosque, their sanctuary, seeks your support.

Today, worshippers set foot on the earth as their floor, while walls remain bare and windows devoid of glass. Let's transform this space into one befitting the grandeur of their faith. A modest contribution of £1180 ($1500) will bless the mosque with cemented walls, proper flooring, and secure glass windows. We have already raised £476, and we only need to raise £704.

The Holy Quran says, “Indeed, those who practice charity have their reward with their Lord, and there will be no fear concerning them, nor will they grieve” (Quran 2:277). Sadaqah Jariyah is a gift that benefits others in this lifetime and serves as a continuous charity, benefiting us in the Hereafter.

As you extend your hand in generosity, pray to Allah for your hajjat and remember: each donation is an investment in both this world and the Akhirah. Stand with the Shia families of Kazimia. Let's strengthen the bonds of brotherhood and inspire a brighter future for the Imam Musa Al-Kadhim Mosque.

Donate now. Your reward awaits. 🕌❤️



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