Hizmet movement charity reaches out to 75 countries during Feast of Sacrifice


Date posted: November 8, 2012

This year, Kimse Yok Mu, a Hizmet Movement inspired humanitarian aid organization, arranged sacrifice organizations in Feast of Sacrifice (Eid Al-Adha) in 75 countries including Turkey. In organizations at foreign countries, 59,471 shared animals were slaughtered, and their meats were delivered to approximately 180 thousand families in need. Taking the happiness of Eid Al-Adha all over the world, Kimse Yok Mu built bridges of love from Africa to Asia, and from Balkans to Middle East, and through its volunteers, made people around the world join the joy of Eid Al-Adha.

kimse-yok-mu-6Gratitude of people to Turkish benefactors

The joy of Eid Al-Adha carried to 75 countries strengthened the connections of Turkish people with the world. Meats of 59,471 shared sacrifices were delivered to those in need without expecting any returns, regardless of religion, language, race while volunteers were welcomed with joy wherever they went. All over Africa, where 28,772 shared animals were sacrificed, what impressed the local people most was Anatolian people’s feeling of sharing and protecting, rather than the food aid itself. Mali’s Minister of National Education, Adama Ouane, said “Your presence here is more valuable than anything else” for the devotion he saw during his visit to the Eid Al-Adha organization; Burkina Faso’s people of Transalya village changed the name of their village as ‘Türkiye’ to show their gratitude for Turks, who has not left them for 3 years.

People of Peru celebrated Eid Al-Adha with Turkish flags and thanked Turkish benefactors while volunteers were welcomed with flowers in Mongolia. Despite continuing their efforts under hard conditions to join Arakan Muslims to the joy of Eid Al-Adha, volunteers met local administrators and performed Eid-Al-Adha sacrificial organizations n coordination with Pulse in Bangladesh institution. Volunteers delivered sacrificial meat aids to Georgian friends in Tiflis and built bridges of love.

Benefactors, who donated Eid Al-Adha aids to Kimse Yok Mu, followed these organizations live on www.kimseyokmu.org.tr and www.kimseyokmu.tv websites, and on www.twitter.com/kimseyokmu and www.facebook.com/kimseyokmudernegi pages during the holiday. Sharing the sacrificial organizations in Turkey and in the world instantaneously with its followers, Kimse Yok Mu also achieved to be among the most talked about topics with its tag #kurbanlagelenkardeslik (brotherhood through sacrifice).

How many shared sacrifice animals were slaughtered in which country?

To open the doors of brotherhood by taking the happiness of Eid Al-Adha all over the world, Kimse Yok Mu converted the joy of Eid Al-Adha to a flood of brotherhood from Africa to Asia, and from Balkans to Middle East in this holiday. All over the world, 59,471 shared animals were distributed and hundreds of thousands in need joined the joy of this holiday.

Especially in Somali, Chad, Burkina Faso, and Uganda, Kimse Yok Mu volunteers embraced the poor people of the Black Continent, being there for them with 28,772 shared animals in all over Africa.

Particularly for Arakan Muslims, from Pakistan to Afghanistan, from India to all over Asia; Anatolian people, building bridges of brotherhood, carried the meats of 24,411 shared animals in all over Asia.

Not forgetting Palestine in this holiday, Kimse Yok Mu took 504 shared animals to Palestinians in need in many cities, especially in Ramallah, Hebron, Jerusalem, Gaza.

The volunteers distributed 1001 shared animals in various cities of Bosna Herzegovina, especially in the capitol city of Sarajevo, and also distributed 3341 as a total in the Balkans, Middle East and North Africa.

Source: Kimse Yok Mu, 30 October 2012

 


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