Kuwait’s Al-Najat Charity serves iftar meals to Syrian refugees in Lebanon


Riyadh – Kuwait’s Al-Najat Charity celebrated the beginning of Ramadan by providing iftar meals to Syrian refugees living in camps close to the border in northeastern Lebanon, according to Kuwait News Agency.

Tarek Al-Essa, the charity’s public relations representative, claimed that a group gathered with refugees in Arsal to celebrate Ramadan and offer Taraweeh prayers.

As part of the “One Million Fasting Meals” programme, which includes Lebanon and other nations, a mobile kitchen made breakfast. Moreover, food baskets were provided to other camps.

Al-Essa emphasised the organization’s desire to assist the refugees, particularly during the holy month, which stands for “mercy, goodness, and giving.”

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