Muraikh Ramadan Tent Aims to Serve 15,000 Fasting Individuals

Doha, Qatar: Amidst the holy month of Ramadan, a tent in Muraikh is drawing a significant crowd of fasting individuals. This tent endeavors to provide Iftar meals to over 15,000 people throughout Ramadan.

Supported by esteemed benefactors in honor of the late Sheikh Nasser bin Saif bin Ahmed Al Thani and Sheikh Falih bin Nasser Al Thani, the tent serves as a vital hub for those observing the fast during this sacred period. Situated in Muraikh, it is among 20 locations managed by the General Directorate of Endowments at the Ministry of Awqaf and Islamic Affairs as part of the "Endowment for Fasting People" initiative, a key project under the Endowment Fund for righteousness and piety.

Muhammad bin Yaqoub Al Ali, Assistant Director-General of the General Directorate of Endowments, outlined the Directorate's ambition to provide daily Iftar meals to over 24,000 individuals across these 20 sites, including five venues designated for distributing Iftar meals. The Directorate aims to distribute over 700,000 Iftar meals throughout Ramadan, relying on the generosity of donors and philanthropists.

Al Ali urged noble donors to support the Iftar tent project, emphasizing the immense rewards associated with such charitable acts during the month of Ramadan. Donors can contribute by covering the expenses of an entire tent, providing financial donations, or establishing endowments to the fund, according to their means.

The geographical distribution of dining locations, including sites in Ain Khaled, Al Sailiya, the Industrial Zone, Umm Salal Muhammad, Al Wakra, Al Khor, and Muraikh, was carefully planned to cater to areas with high population and labor density. Additionally, Iftar meals are distributed at several locations across the city, ensuring accessibility for fasting individuals in different communities.