Mosque project inaugurated in Pakistan
Teams from IHH Humanitarian Relief Foundation that travelled to Pakistan for Ramadan aid efforts made the inauguration of Ceylan Family Mosque and Madrasah.
Pakistan, Syria 29.07.2013
Many buildings in Pakistan were damaged by an earthquake that rocked the country in January 2011. Among the damaged buildings, there were a mosque and madrasah in the Kehnian village. The residents of the village began the mosque’s construction by their own means but they failed to complete it due to financial difficulties.
IHH, which supported the mosque project, recently made its inauguration. The two-storey, concrete building was constructed on an area of 418 square-meters. The mosque, which has a capacity of 300 people, allows the people of Kehnian to pray in a clean and comfortable venue.
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