Feed the Fasting at Masjid al Aqsa
Built 40 years after Masjid al Haram in Mecca, Masjid al-Aqsa is considered the third holiest site and was well-known as a place of worship during the times of the prophets Ibrahim, Ishaq and Yaqub.
But Muslims also cherish Masjid al-Aqsa because it is where the Prophet (PBUH) ascended to heaven (miraj) over 1,300 years ago.
Today, Muslims often face obstacles when trying to access and preserve this holy site. Every year, in recognition of the sanctity of Masjid al-Aqsa, we give you the chance to provide hot meals to worshippers who continue to pray at the mosque, despite the many challenges they face to do so.
Last year, you provided over 9,700 iftars to people breaking their fast at this blessed mosque.
Be a part of the preservation and celebration of this holy site, by helping us to feed the fasting at Masjid al-Aqsa this Ramadan. Be the one to support them this year.
Just £7 will provide a hot nutritious meal of chicken, bread, water, yoghurt, juice, biscuits and dates to a person breaking their fast at Masjid al Aqsa in Jerusalem.
In a hadith, narrated by Zaid ibn Thabit, the Prophet indicated that Allah had designated angels to watch over Masjid al-Aqsa, and the Levant:
“The Messenger of Allah (PBUH) said: ‘Tuba [a prayer for glad tidings] is for Ash-Sham.’ So we said: ‘Why is that O Messenger of Allah?’ He said: ‘Because the angels of Ar-Rahman spread their wings over it.’” (Tirmidhi)
Reap the blessings of providing food to a fasting person, at one of the holiest sites in Islam. One donation is all it takes.