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Saudi Arabia has gifted 20 tons of dates to Bangladesh. These dates were given as a gift by the Saudi Embassy in Bangladesh on behalf of the Khadem Harameen Sharif iftar. According to Saudi news media SPI, 20,000 families will benefit from dates specially distributed during Ramadan.

Saudi Arabia has gifted 20 tons of dates to Bangladesh | Saudi Arabia has gifted 20 tons of dates to Bangladesh. These dates were given as a gift by the Saudi Embassy in Bangladesh on behalf of the Khadem Harameen Sharif iftar. According to Saudi news media SPI, 20,000 families will benefit from dates specially distributed during Ramadan.

Saudi Ambassador to Bangladesh Isa bin Yusuf Al Duhailan and Acting Consul of the Embassy’s Religious Affairs Department Mubarak Al-Anjari handed over the dates to Bangladesh’s Minister of Religious Affairs Muhammad Faridul Haque Khan. Important scholars of Bangladesh, officials of universities and charity organizations were present at this time.

Meanwhile, Arab News reports that Saudi Arabia has sent dates to 93 other countries. According to the news, Saudi Arabia has sent 20 tons of dates and the Holy Quran Sharif to Indonesia, the country with the largest Muslim population, on the occasion of Ramadan. It is expected that about 40 thousand people will have Iftar.

Six tonnes of dates given to South Africa for Ramadan; Zambia and Mozambique received five tonnes each; Mauritius, Zimbabwe, Malawi, Angola, Botswana and Namibia got three tonnes each and Eswatini got two tonnes of dates. Muhammad Ashour, an official of the Saudi Embassy in South Africa, said that at least 90,000 Muslims will benefit from this program.

In addition, 10 tons of dates are being distributed to more than 30,000 people in the Balkan states of Bosnia and Herzegovina. The opening ceremony of the program was attended by Saudi Ambassador Osama Al-Ahmadi, Bosnian Grand Mufti Hussain Kavajovic and other officials. Meanwhile, Ambassador Al-Ahmadi highlighted Saudi Arabia’s commitment to work in the service of Islam around the world.

The Saudi Ministry of Islamic Affairs is overseeing the distribution of 15 tons of dates to hundreds of families, Islamic centers, orphanages and mosques in the West African country of Senegal.

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