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Muslim World League launches cattle project in Pakistan


Thu, 2021-07-22 00:39

ISLAMABAD: On the occasion of Eid Al-Adha, the Muslim World League (MWL) launched a cattle project in Pakistan that will benefit thousands of widows and needy people in different regions across the country.
Nawaf bin Said Al-Malki, Saudi Arabia’s ambassador to Pakistan, said the project is a continuation of the Kingdom’s humanitarian efforts in helping countries around the world.
The cattle project consisted of butchering and distributing the meat to people in Pakistan. MWL’s regional director in Pakistan, Saad bin Masoud Al-Harthy, said the project comes within the humanitarian efforts provided every year by the MWL.
He also said the MWL has implemented other projects in various fields of relief, health, education as well as iftar programs, the building of mosques, and the digging of wells. 

The cattle project consisted of butchering and distributing the meat to people in Pakistan. (Photo/Twitter)
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