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Muslims urged to unite, support the poor

The Muslim community in Dedza has been urged to remain united and strengthen their support for the poor in the district.

Speaking at Thiwi Mosque during the goat slaughtering and meat distribution to Muslim and non-Muslim families in Sarut Village during celebrations of Eid Adhuha, Thiwi Mosque Chairperson, Sheikh Abada Hassan, described the occasion as highly significant in Islamic tradition, commemorating Ibrahim’s willingness to sacrifice his child and subsequent provision of livestock for slaughter.

He stressed the importance for Muslims to maintain unity and extend a helping hand to the less privileged as they celebrate Eid Adhuha.

Traditional leaders thanked the Muslim community for sharing meat with surrounding villagers during the Eid Adhuha festivities.

Over 160 goats were slaughtered and their meat was distributed to both Muslims and non-Muslims, with financial support from Turkish nationals: Hanefi Kansiz, Eren Yasar, Samed Vurgun, Alperen Demirdogen, and Kadir Ozdur.

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