Kimse Yok Mu holds iftar dinner for Thai Muslims


Date posted: July 26, 2014

Extending a hand to all over the world, Kimse Yok Mu Foundation held yet another iftar dinner for Thai Muslims as a part of its Ramadan activities. Ramadan is different in Thailand from Turkey. Families choose to break their fast together with others at the mosques rather than doing it alone at home. What is notable in these iftar dinners is that everyone is voluntarily involved in setting and cleaning up the tables. Following the prayers and salawat before the adhan (call to prayer), Thai Muslims move on to break their fasts with water and dates. Next is salat al-maghrib (prayers after sunset) and then they go back to the tables to continue their dinner.

Kimse Yok Mu Foundation has been organizing trips to the Far East countries as a part of its Ramadan efforts. Some eight million Muslims break their fast all together in Thailand. The country has over four thousand mosques.

Published [in Turkish] on Cihan, July 9, 2014, Wednesday

Source: HizmetMovment.Com , July 25, 2014


Related News

Refugee helps refugees

Syrian refugees are getting a helping hand from central Pennsylvania thanks to an effort being led by a refugee in Cumberland County. Zuhra Korkutovic knows what it’s like to have to leave your homeland and start over.

Teacher abducted from Malaysia subjected to beating, torture in Ankara: cellmate

Alaaddin Duman, a teacher in Malaysia who was abducted by Turkish intelligence agency over his links to the Gulen movement in 2016, has been subjected to beating, torture and death threats during pre-trial custody in Ankara, according his cellmate.

Kimse Yok Mu uplifts orphans in Tacloban

Kimse Yok Mu Foundation has launched a health center, women’s shelter and an orphanage it renovated after the devastating Haiyan typhoon of the last November in Tacloban, the Philippines

Reflections on Hizmet Movement at conference in Taiwan

The Formosa Institute held an international conference on “The Hizmet Movement and the thought and teachings of Fethullah Gulen: contributions to multiculturalism and global peace” at National Taiwan University (NTU) this weekend. The conference aimed to explore the impact of the Hizmet movement on education, dialogue and peace, with a focus on transcending traditional boundaries […]

Somali students caring for the Soma orphans

The Somali students who were previously brought to Soma, Manisa, for study by Kimse Yok Mu Foundation (KYM) in 2011, recently donated stationery supplies for 105 orphans the mining disaster left behind.

I am a teacher, not a terrorist

In 2010, I completed my university education, and thought time had come to join the journey of peace and safety. I was just 24. Though I had long time ahead, yet there was no reason to be late. In order to sow the seeds of love through teaching mathematics, I arrived in Khaipur. It was an extraordinary experience.

Latest News

Fethullah Gülen’s Condolence Message for South African Human Rights Defender Archbishop Desmond Tutu

Hizmet Movement Declares Core Values with Unified Voice

Ankara systematically tortures supporters of Gülen movement, Kurds, Turkey Tribunal rapporteurs say

Erdogan possessed by Pharaoh, Herod, Hitler spirits?

Devious Use of International Organizations to Persecute Dissidents Abroad: The Erdogan Case

A “Controlled Coup”: Erdogan’s Contribution to the Autocrats’ Playbook

Why is Turkey’s Erdogan persecuting the Gulen movement?

Purge-victim man sent back to prison over Gulen links despite stage 4 cancer diagnosis

University refuses admission to woman jailed over Gülen links

In Case You Missed It

Retired ambassadors slam government orders over graft probe

Scandalous return of Feb. 28

If you do not stand against injustice

Kimse Yok Mu reaches out to Syrians in joint project with UNHCR

Kimse Yok Mu helps 2 mln people across the world during Ramadan

Nigerian instability not a current threat for Turkish community

HIzmet centre takes on Erdogan regime

Copyright 2022 Hizmet News