11th of Ramadhan 1442
The Branch of Ashuhada’a Foundation, in partnership with the General Authority of Zakat, opened saturday in Dhamar governorate, the second free exhibition of Eid clothing for the children of martyrs in the province.
During the opening, which was attended by Shura Council member Abdo al-Alawi, Deputies Najib al-Kiti, Provincial Undersecretary Mohammed Mohammed Abdul Razzaq, executive office managers and supervisory council.
Dhamar Deputy First Governor Fahd Abdul Hamid Al-Marouni stressed the importance of this initiative in the clothing of the children of martyrs, admitting the sacrifices of the martyrs who made their lives cheap for the homeland and facing aggression.
He praised the efforts of Ashuhada’a Foundation in sponsoring the families of martyrs and organizing the exhibition, stressing the local authority’s keenness to care for the families of the martyrs and support the efforts of Ashuhada’a Foundation in providing their needs.
For his part, Agent Abbas Ali Al-Amadi stressed that caring for the families and children of martyrs is a national and religious duty as a recognition of the sacrifices made by the martyrs, calling on the men of finance and business to pay zakat so that the Authority can play its role in supporting the poor and needy and caring for the families of martyrs.
While the supervisor of the province Fadel Mohsen al-Sharqi stressed the importance of this initiative to coincide with the month of Ramadan and the coming of Eid al-Fitr in the clothing of thousands of sons of martyrs, as a gratitude for the sacrifices of the martyrs.
He urged on businessmen to adopt goodness deeds to alleviate the suffering of those in need in the face of aggression and siege.
Ibrahim al-Mutawakkil, director of the Office of the General Authority of Zakat, explained that the opening of the exhibition comes as part of the authority’s projects to care for the families of martyrs, the poor and the needy, indicating that another exhibition will be opened in the coming days to cover eid for poor and poor families.
Hashim al-Homsi, deputy director of the foundation’s branch, pointed out that the exhibition targets 5,335 sons and daughters of martyrs in all districts.