Sadaqa Jariya for Hajji Mohammed Jilu Miah
بِسْمِ اللَّهِ الرَّحْمَنِ الرَّحِيم My Father Hajji Mohammed Jilu Miah (May Allah have mercy on him) passed away almost 15 years ago.
We pray Allah forgives all of his sins, grants him Jannah tul firdouse.
Ameen Alhamdulillah myself and my family wanted to do some sadaqa jariya for him to gain some rewards.
We have created this charity appeal in is name. We are trying to raise £750 for 3 water pumps to be built in Bangladesh for our Rohinghan Brothers and Sisters insha’Allah which will provide water for thousands of thirsty refugees every day.
Please Donate/Share this insha’Allah The Messenger of Allah (ﷺ) said, “When a man dies, his deeds come to an end except for three things: Sadaqah Jariyah (ceaseless charity); a knowledge which is beneficial, or a virtuous descendant who prays for him (for the deceased).” (Sahih Muslim) Our Rohingya Muslim brothers and sisters are still not safe in Bangladesh and so it is essential that we help them with more water sources to help sustain their shattered lives and avert an impending disaster.
The Prophet ﷺ said: the best charity is water. So Insha’Allah for every sip a person takes out of this waterpump, he Insha’Allah will be rewarded. Subhanallah imagine the rewards and the du’as he will be receiving even after he has passed away. Alhamdulillah! Let’s work together and make this dream a reality brothers and sisters. Donate what you can and after that pass this link on to your family and friends. Let’s share in this reward and do something positive and good for humanity in his name. May Allah accept it from us all. Ameen! Here’s some more info regarding the appeal…. Rohingya & Bangladesh Water well The average person drinks between 5-9 glasses of water per day.
Unfortunately for many around the world, even a drop of water is a luxury they cannot afford. Hundreds of thousands of people called the Rohingya have been fleeing the genocide against them In Myanmar and have become displaced in neighbouring Bangladesh, where they lack the essentials of life, especially water.
The acute lack of water means that the little water available is shared amongst tens of thousands of refugees increasing the risks of contamination and the spread of water-borne diseases such as cholera and diarrhoea. Every year over 3 million people die from these water bourn diseases around the world. The UNCHR’s public health officer Hervé Isambert has warned that “An outbreak can start at anytime.” Our Rohingya Muslim brothers and sisters are still not safe in Bangladesh and so it is essential that we help them with more water sources to help sustain their shattered lives and avert an impending disaster.