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Helping communities in time of need

22nd May 2020

Sir, despite very little support from the Government during the Coronavirus pandemic, the Muslim community in the country has come out with flying colours.
They closed down their mosques and Islamic centres, began praying at home. According to your comprehensive reports, mosques began helping those in need of getting medicines, groceries or food banks (‘Covid-19: Rapid response by mosques from across the UK’, The Muslim News, April 240.
Muslim shopkeepers are donating stock to vulnerable people, Muslim charities providing funds to those facing financial hardship and providing essentials, donating the much needed PPEs to hospitals and for burials.
One of the mosques in Bolton has converted the mosque to offer 22 beds to local hospitals without any cost to the taxpayer or the NHS.
Yours,
Usman Mohammed
London

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