The Malta Independent 26 June 2022, Sunday

Ahmadiyya Donates to Hospice

Malta Independent Sunday, 19 September 2010, 00:00 Last update: about 10 years ago

Laiq Ahmed Atif, the president and director of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Jamaat Malta visited the offices of The Malta Hospice Movement to make a contribution in the noble work of the Hospice Movement.

During his visit to the Balzan offices, Laiq Ahmed Atif was briefed by Antoinette Shah, the Hospice general manager about the services offered by the movement. Ms Shah emphasised the importance of such donations and that thanks to similar acts of solidarity such as this, the movement has been able to continue with its mission of providing free-of-charge palliative care services to families experiencing cancer or motor neuron disease. Mr Atif admired the work of the movement and also talked about the services of the Ahmadiyya Community for humanity, in Malta as well as around the world.

Ms Shah, on behalf of The Malta Hospice Movement, was presented with a donation of €500 by Mr Laiq Ahmed Atif. The Ahmadiyya Muslim Jamaat is a universal religious organisation, with members in over 198 countries. It advocates peace, tolerance, love and understanding among followers of different faiths. It serves mankind irrespective of their faith, colour, creed, nationality or politics, and promotes its famous slogan, Love for all, hatred for none.

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