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KUWAIT CITY, March 30: The Director General of the Committee for the Introduction to Islam, Ibrahim Al-Badr, extended his sincere congratulations to His Highness the Amir of the country, Sheikh Nawaf Al-Ahmad, and His Highness the Crown Prince, Sheikh Mishaal Al-Ahmad, and to the political leadership. Al-Badr told Al-Rai daily, that the Committee for the Introduction to Islam received donations from benefactors for breaking the fast project, which the committee allocates to needy families from non-Arabic-speaking communities, and to new converts and their families inside Kuwait, as the project is implemented in all branches of the committee in various governorates. Al-Badr said, “Iftar meals for the fasting person have a great impact especially the new converts, and the first thing that the new convert needs is a feeling of embrace, brotherhood, and a sense of the spirit of one family, and this Ramadan table brings them together with their brothers among the new converts, as well as with those who preceded them.”
He pointed out that the value of one meal is 1.250 dinars, while the food basket costs 30 dinars, which is sufficient for one person for the entire month, and called on benefactors to double the reward by competing for this great reward. To support the project benefactors are requested to call 22444117 or visit the committee’s accounts on social media platforms. In another development, Minister of Justice, Minister of Awqaf and Islamic Affairs, Minister of State for Integrity Promotion Abdulaziz Al-Majid confirmed that the Ramadan centers succeeded in attracting crowds of worshippers. Al-Majed said in a press statement after his tour of Duaij Al-Salman Al-Sabah Mosque in Al-Sabahiya district in Al-Ahmadi Governorate that the Awqaf succeeded with the participation of ministries and others authorities in organizing these blessed nights. He called for continued success, organization and arrangement, praising the level of service provided by the Ahmadi Governorate administration in its Ramadan centers.
Meanwhile, the National Guard said on Sunday, that its emergency teams provide support in dealing with the pools of water resulting from the good rains which the country recently witnessed. The Guard added in a press statement that its teams are dealing with water pools at the “Ghazali Bridge and the intersection of the Fourth Ring Road with the Maghrib Highway, with the aim of withdrawing water and facilitating traffic movement.”